Ivory Princess Calendula (Calendula officinalis)


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Ivory Princess Calendula: Alaskan Gardens’ Snow-Kissed Bloom

Ivory Princess Calendula: A Glimpse of Winter in Summer

Unveil the elegance of the Ivory Princess Calendula—a flower that captures the pristine beauty of Alaskan snowscapes, even in the heart of summer.

The Ivory Princess Calendula promises a world of splendor:

  1. Ethereal Beauty: With petals resembling soft, snow-touched satin, this flower adds a touch of regal serenity to any garden.
  2. Cool Climate Lover: Adapting beautifully to Alaskan temperatures, this calendula variety thrives where others might falter.
  3. Beneficial Blooms: Beyond aesthetics, it’s a haven for pollinators and known for its potential herbal benefits.
  4. Versatility in Spades: Perfect for borders, containers, or as a mesmerizing centerpiece in your flower beds.

Planting Guide: Opt for a spot that gets ample sunlight and has well-draining soil. Given its affinity for cooler temperatures, early spring or late summer planting in Alaska is ideal. Regular watering and a bit of love will see them flourish.

The Ivory Princess Calendula isn’t just a flower; it’s a statement, echoing the timeless beauty of Alaska’s landscapes in every petal.

When Will They Start Growing?

  • Expect sprouts in 7-14 days if kept around 70°F (21°C).

Planting Tips:

  1. Direct Planting (recommended): After the cold and frost are gone, plant the seeds about 1/4″ deep. For flowers all summer, plant more seeds every 2-3 weeks until a heavy frost is expected.
  2. Using Transplants: Start seeds indoors 4-5 weeks before you plan to move them outside.

Where to Plant?

  • They like sunny places but can also handle some shade.

Learn More: https://seedsandsoilorganics.com/category/alaska-seed-company/

Additional information

Weight .01 oz
Dimensions 5 × 3 × 1 in


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