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Marigold (Calendula officinalis) Organic

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Marigold (Calendula officinalis) Organic
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Base Price 0.04 €/ seed
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Item number
1365
Seed quantity:
50 Pcs.
Botanical name:
C. aurantiaca, C. eriocarpa, C. prolifera, Calendula officinalis, Caltha officinalis
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Seeds
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Description

Marigold is a highly significant and beautiful medicinal plant. For many, Calendula is one of the most versatile garden plants at all: not only in use, but also in cultivation. It grows on almost all soils and blooms throughout the summer, and it
sometimes even lasts until the first frost. Their flowers are edible and can be used very well in salads, as well as as a colorful element in herb butter or for thickening soups.

However, Calendula shows its real strength in the medical field: The antiseptic qualities of the flowers are highly appreciated in natural cosmetics and medicine, and there's rarely a healing ointment or tincture that manages to get by without them. The special active ingredient combination of the marigold flowers has an anti-inflammatory effect and accelerates tissue formation on wounds. The blossoms are also prepared as colorful herbal teas.

Calendula officinalis, approx. 50 marigold seeds

Growing instructions

Annual herbaceous plant. Sow broadcast from April, cover with 1-2 cm of soil. Calendula loves sunny locations and will self-seed easily.

Details: Plant description & care

Plant family:
Asteraceae
Plant height approx.:
30–50 cm
Flower colour:
Orange, Yellow
Flowering period :
April, August, July, June, May, October, September
Location:
Sun
Water requirements:
Watering during dry periods
Lifecycle :
Annual
Winter hardy up to:
0 °C

Sowing & cultivation

Sowing time outdoors:
April, June, May
Sowing depth:
1 – 2 cm
Best germination temperature :
12 – 18 °C
Germination time in days:
10 – 14
Planting distance approx.:
20 cm
Main harvest:
August, July, June, October, September

Companion planting

Good intercropping partners:
Celery, Parsley, Pepper, Potatoes, Pumpkin, Strawberries, Tomatoes, feldsalat

Other names

German names:
Bleschblommen, Brügamsblom, Butterblume, Dannblaume, Donnblaume, Dotterblume, Goldblome, Goldblume, Goldeke, Goldenblöme, Goltje, Gugelkopf, Göldeke, Gölling, Haussonnenwirbel, Hunneblöme, Ingelbluoma, Kolblum, Marienbloem, Morgenröte, Rinderblume, Ringelbusch, Ringeli, Ringelken, Ringelrose, Ringlibluma, Sonnenwende, Studentenblume, Warzenkraut
English names:
Common marigold, English marigold, Garden marigold, Pot marigold, Ruddles, Scottish marigold
French names:
Souci, Souci des jardins, Souci officinal
Spanish names:
Botón de oro, Caléndula, Maravilla, Mercadela
Italian names:
Calendola, Fiorranci

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