Calendula

These are some of the varieties we often carry.

Calendula officinales (‘Art Shades’)

Life: Annual

Size: 24″

Light: Full Sun

Water: Average, Drought Tolerant Once Established

Soil: Any

Very easy to grow, this variety will provide beautiful 3-4″ double or semi-double frilled flowers in bright shades of apricot, orange, primrose and cream from fall through winter and early spring. They love the cool weather and only need protection during a severe cold spell. The long stems make them good candidates for cut flowers. Keep spent blooms deadheaded to promote new bud.

Calendula officinales (‘Bon Bon’ Series)

Life: Annual

Size: 12″

Light: Full Sun

Water: Average, Well Drained, Drought Tolerant Once Established

Soil: Any

A compact grower, this variety will provide beautiful 2½-3″ fully double flowers in bright shades of solid yellow or orange, or a mix of bright and soft yellows, orange, and apricot. They love the cool weather from fall to spring and only need protection during a severe cold spell. They make long-lasting cut flowers, and in fact the more flowers that are cut off, the more new blooms will be created. Deadhead spent flowers to promote new buds.

Calendula officinales (‘Kablouna’ Mix)

Life: Annual
Size: 20″
Light: Full Sun
Water: Average, Well Drained, Drought Tolerant Once Established
Soil: Any

An unusual Calendula, their gold, orange, lemon, or apricot blooms are anemone-like and have darker, contrasting pompom centers. They love the cool weather from fall to spring and only need protection during a severe cold spell. Their long stems make excellent cut flowers, and in fact the more flowers that are cut off, the more new blooms will be created. Deadhead spent flowers to promote new buds

Calendula officinales (‘Neon’)

Life: Annual
Size: 24-27″
Light: Full Sun
Water: Average, Well Drained
Soil: Any

An easy, undemanding favorite, this upright variety has bright orange, extremely double, 2″ blooms with burgundy petal edges. They love the cool weather from fall to spring and only need protection during a severe cold spell. Their long stems make excellent cut flowers, and in fact the more flowers that are cut off, the more new blooms will be created. Deadhead spent flowers to promote new buds

Calendula officinales (‘Orange Porcupine’)

Life: Annual
Size: 24″
Light: Full Sun
Water: Average, Well Drained
Soil: Any

A highly unusual cultivar, the bright orange flowers, 2½-3½” across, stand out with their quill-like petals forming pompoms. They really do look like balled up porcupines! They love the cool weather from fall to spring and only need protection during a severe cold spell. Their long stems make excellent cut flowers, and in fact the more flowers that are cut off, the more new blooms will be created. Deadhead spent flowers to promote new buds.

Calendula officinales (‘Pacific Beauty’ Series)

Life: Annual
Size: 18-24″
Light: Full Sun
Water: Average, Well Drained
Soil: Any

The classic Calendula, they have an upright growth pattern and bright orange or yellow, semi-double flowers 3″ across. They love the cool weather from fall to spring and only need protection during a severe cold spell. Their long stems make excellent cut flowers, and in fact the more flowers that are cut off, the more new blooms will be created. Deadhead spent flowers to promote new buds.

Calendula officinales (‘Pink Surprise’)

Life: Annual
Size: 20-24″
Light: Full Sun
Water: Average, Well Drained
Soil: Any

The flowers are ruffled, up to 3″ wide, and, though mostly light orange to apricot in color, they have a definite, delicate pink tinge to the petals. They love the cool weather from fall to spring and only need protection during a severe cold spell. Their long stems make excellent, long-lived cut flowers, and in fact the more flowers that are cut off, the more new blooms will be created. Deadhead spent flowers to promote new buds.

Calendula officinales (‘Triangle Flashback’)

Life: Annual
Size: 18-24″
Light: Full Sun
Water: Average, Well Drained
Soil: Any

A highly unusual, showy color combination of yellow, orange, apricot or ivory petals with contrasting rusty-maroon backs marks the flowers of this cultivar. They love the cool weather from fall to spring and only need protection during a severe cold spell. Their long stems make excellent cut flowers, and in fact the more flowers that are cut off, the more new blooms will be created. Deadhead spent flowers to promote new buds.