Calendula can be direct seeded in the spring or even summer or they can be started indoors as transplants. They’re very easy maintenance and once established in your garden, they will self-seed, but they don’t generally become a nusiance. Rich soil and a full sun location will keep your calendula blooming, although they will adapt to most any soil conditions. Calendula will slow down in extreme heat and warmer climates will have more success growing them as fall or early spring flowers.
I remember the first time I ate nasturtions. First off they grow like plants from Mars. Second, their's is a great fresh peppery taste. Vermont Wildflower Farms is selling a collectio of Edible Wildflower & Herb Seeds: Borage, Calendula, Chive, Cilantro, Cornflower, English Daisy, Johnny Jump-Up, Lavender Hyssop, Lemon Mint, Nasturtium, and Pansy. Some are annuals, some perennials. Careful: Mint self-plants in ever-expanding areas.
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Grow Calendula for Use in Chicken and Livestock Care
Grow Calendula for Use in Chicken and Livestock Care - Timber Creek Farm
Sustainable organic farming that can be duplicated in backyards: "There's nothing to stop anyone doing this at home, says Benham. It's a question of designing carefully. Rotate your crops, feed them well, remove infected parts fast, offer no single target, confuse pests with strong-smelling plants and attract pest-eating predators with others such as fennel, chervil, asters and calendula."