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Resina, Calendula,

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Pkt Size-Approx. Seeds: 0.1 g ~50+ Seeds

Calendula Resina (Calendula Officinalis) is Bright yellow, medium-sized flower; this variety includes a few orange flowers. Flowers are used as a food color, natural dye, and substitute for saffron. This variety has been bred for the high resin content of the blossoms, making it ideal for teas and topical salves. This strain has the highest amount of resins prized by herbalists. 85 days.

Pkt Size/Approx. Seeds
0.1 g ~50+ Seeds

•Heirloom
•Annual
•GMO-Free
•Open-Pollinated
•USA-grown Seeds
•Square Foot Garden Spacing 4
•USDA Zones: 1-12

Calendulas are easy-to-grow annual flowers. Its name refers to its tendency to bloom with the calendar, usually once a month or with every new moon. Lovely flowers up to 4 inches in colors of orange, and yellow. A historical heirloom garden plant is also known as a "Pot Marigold." Calendula has historically been used as a food, adding flavor to cereals, rice, and soups. The petals can be added to salads for their brilliant color. Annual and self-seeding, it will proliferate fast and easily. Harvest bright orange flowers throughout the year. Fresh, edible flower petals are added to salads, soups, and sandwiches. Dried petals are used year-round to season soups and rice.

Calendula Resina (Calendula Officinalis) is Bright yellow, medium-sized flower; this variety includes a few orange flowers. Flowers are used as a food color, natural dye, and substitute for saffron. This variety has been bred for the high resin content of the blossoms, making it ideal for teas and topical salves. This strain has the highest amount of resins prized by herbalists. 85 days.

Pkt Size/Approx. Seeds
0.1 g ~50+ Seeds

•Heirloom
•Annual
•GMO-Free
•Open-Pollinated
•USA-grown Seeds
•Square Foot Garden Spacing 4
•USDA Zones: 1-12

Calendulas are easy-to-grow annual flowers. Its name refers to its tendency to bloom with the calendar, usually once a month or with every new moon. Lovely flowers up to 4 inches in colors of orange, and yellow. A historical heirloom garden plant is also known as a "Pot Marigold." Calendula has historically been used as a food, adding flavor to cereals, rice, and soups. The petals can be added to salads for their brilliant color. Annual and self-seeding, it will proliferate fast and easily. Harvest bright orange flowers throughout the year. Fresh, edible flower petals are added to salads, soups, and sandwiches. Dried petals are used year-round to season soups and rice.