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Calendula "Pacific Beauty Collection" seeds
Calendula "Pacific Beauty Collection" seeds


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Product Code: CALPACB

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Calendula “Pacific Beauty Collection” is a popular summer annual producing very large semi-double to double flowers in beautiful yellow, orange and cream tones, ideal for high-end bedding displays or pots. Similar to common marigolds, Calendula “Pacific Beauty Collection” is very easy to grow, quick to flower and provides spectacular colour over an extended period. Calendula “Pacific Beauty Collection” is excellent with shedding spent flowers and continually producing more fresh and bright flowers. The spectacularly large flowers provide a great display whether planted individually or as part of a much larger display. Calendula plants are used in a range of culinary, herbal and medicinal uses. The petals are used in salads, whilst extracts are believed to provide a range of medical benefits ranging from anti-inflammatory properties to the treatment of a range of diseases, including dermatitis. Notwithstanding its many uses, we love Calendula “Pacific Beauty Collection” for what it does best, produce masses of beautiful summer colour. Calendula plants are commonly used as companion plants in vegetable and herb gardens, as they act as a natural pest repellent for many common vegetable pests.

Advantages of Calendula "Pacific Beauty Collection"

  • Large double and semi-double flowers
  • Early and extended flowering season
  • Flowers in tones of yellow, orange and cream
  • Easy to grow, with seeds typically germinating in 10 – 14 days from sowing

What am I Purchasing?

  • Premium* seeds of Calendula “Pacific Beauty Collection”
  • Easy to follow Seed Propagation Notes
  • FREE postage in padded envelope

  • 45 – 50cm height at maturity
  • 25 - 30cm apart is suitable planting distance
  • Flowers 8 – 12 weeks after sowing
  • Prefers full sun but will grow in part shade
  • Suitable for pots and will grow in most regions of Australia
  • Hardy annual

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