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OOPSY DAISY

DAYS TO SPROUT

DAYS TO
SPROUT

6-21 DAYS

MATURES IN

MATURES
IN

50-55 DAYS

CARE & HARVEST

  • Pinch off the tops of the young plants to encourage bushy growth.
  • Remove dead flower heads to encourage blooming.
  • For fresh flowers, cut the long stems and put them in water immediately.
  • For culinary use, cut the head of the flowers and spread them out to dry completely. The dried petals can be used to replace saffron, or as a garnish.

QUICK FACTS

Native to Europe, calendula is a plant already known and used in Antiquity by the Arabs, Greeks and Indians for its medicinal properties.

Oopsy Daisy calendula blooms in single and double forms, boasting white & yellow pedals with orange tips. It prefers cooler temperatures and regular pruning of dead blossoms [ a process called “deadheading”, which encourages perpetual blooms].

Calendula has many cosmetics and medicinal uses. Like Arnica or St. John’s Wort, it’s a must-have in your first-aid kit! It can be used in the preparation of dyes and colorants. Calendula petals are edible: sprinkle over salads or add in your drinks for a fun touch and tangy sweet taste.

ORIGIN // Native to Europe, calendula is a plant already known and used in Antiquity by the Arabs, Greeks and Indians for its medicinal properties.

QUALITIES // Oopsy Daisy calendula blooms in single and double forms, boasting white & yellow pedals with orange tips. It prefers cooler temperatures and regular pruning of dead blossoms [ a process called “deadheading”, which encourages perpetual blooms].

USE // Calendula has many cosmetics and medicinal uses. Like Arnica or St. John’s Wort, it’s a must-have in your first-aid kit! It can be used in the preparation of dyes and colorants. Calendula petals are edible: sprinkle over salads or add in your drinks for a fun touch and tangy sweet taste.

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