Field marigold (annual) Marigold, calendula
This wild marigold grows up to 30 cm high and blooms from early June until the first hard frost. So it displays its bright flowers all summer. It adds to your garden as stand alone plants or as a full-length carpet of golden flowers.
Sow from March to June by broadcasting directly to the field or in rows 30 cm apart.
Sowing quantity g/Are
Common marigold (annual) Marigold, calendula
A decorative and medicinal plant is at your fingertips. For medicine, pick flowers regularly in the early morning and dry in a shady, ventilated place. The deep yellow to orange colour gives good medicinal properties yet also beauty for cut flower arrangements. It also functions as a ground cover. It blooms persistently throughout the season.
Sow from March to June directly into the field by broadcasting or sow in rows at 30 cm spacing.
Sowing quantity 25 - 30 g/Are