Calendula commonly known as English or Pot Marigold are bushy, fast growing, sometimes spreading annuals and woody based, evergreen perennials, occurring in arable land, wasteland and rocky habitats from S. Europe to North Africa. Leaves are aromatic, Daisy-like flowerheads, with orange or yellow ray florets and yellow, orange, violet, purple or brown disk florets that flower over a long period and throughout autumn into mild winters.
USES: Informal borders, Containers, Cut flowers, Landscaping, Edible, Beds
Botanical Name: Calendula officinalis ‘Playtime Field Grown Mix’
Common Name: Pot Marigold, English Marigold, Ringelblume
Type: Fast growing, erect Annual
Flower Color: Beautiful and unique mix of colors. Single and semi double, 3 in (8cm) flowers in bright pastel and buff colors with dark or yellow centers.
Flowering Time: May to September
Plant Height: 12 in. (30cm)
Plant Width: 12-18 in. (30-45cm)
Light Requirements: Full Sun to partial shade
Water Requirements: Moist
Soil Requirements: Moderately fertile, well drained soil
AHS Heat Zone: 6-1
Misc: Fleuroselect Novelty Award
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