Themed Garden Collections and Sample Seed Packets
Calendula is also known as English marigold and has been grown in cottage gardens across Europe for centuries. These earthy colored annuals tout a host of edible and health qualities in addition to being pollinator magnets. Calendulas as easy to grow and as home in a pot as they are in a bed or border. Seeds included in this collection:
• Neon (Calendula officinalis) Dark red buds give way to large neon orange blooms with mahogany-colored centers.
• Porcupine Mix (Calendula officinalis) Deeply serrated double blooms of canary yellow and apricot orange appear to be curiously spiny.
• Calendula 'Solar Flashback Mix' (Calendula officinalis) Bright blooms of yellow, gold, peach and orange tout brick red toned under petals that 'flash back'.
• Pink Surprise (Calendula officinalis) Butter yellow centers fade beautifully into salmon pink. Small plentiful blooms on compact plants.
• Playtime Mix (Calendula officinalis) Flowers bloom in warm earthy tones such as buff, salmon gold and copper.
• Snow Princess (Calendula officinalis) A bicolored bloom that starts out yellow then ages to a clotted cream color.
• Kablouna Mix (Calendula officinalis) A lemon yellow to butter yellow blooms with an occasional orange that are highly crested flowers with dark mahogany centers.
• Zeolights (Calendula officinalis) Bronze colored blooms that age to champagne color with hints of cream and melon.
Each variety of seeds included in this collection is individually packaged with growing instructions and has been responsibly sourced from environmentally friendly suppliers or grown in our central Texas gardens (free from pesticides).
For even more fun and savings, check out our other rare seed packets, Grab Bags and Themed Garden Collections.
We provide a great way to stretch your gardening dollars while expanding your plant varieties!
We only source seeds from reputable companies that supply nursery grower stock, responsibly wild collect or personally grow and harvest the seeds we carry.
All seeds are visually inspected and then hand packed into packets that are clearly labeled and include growing instructions.