|Number of Seeds||200|
|Spacing in Row||12"|
|Spacing Between Rows||12"|
|Days to Maturity||60|
Direct sow around last spring frost or 10 weeks before first fall frost. Calendula is hardy and can stand cool weather in both spring and fall. Grows easily and self-sows. Sow in succession 2-3 weeks apart through August for continual blooms until a hard frost.
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