Calendula Officinalis Seeds Balls Double Orange ;
Variety Balls Double Orange ;
Calendula is an annual with light-yellow-to-orange blossoms that brings sunshiny brightness to gardens for most of the year. Usually about two feet high, it has coarse surfaces and many branches. The leaves are oblong, without teeth or with small inconspicuous teeth. They are three to six inches long.
Calendula seeds should be sown between March and May outdoors, for flowering from June to September, or sown in August to September for flowering in May to July.