The calendula that thinks it’s a bedding plant! So compact and regular does this variety grow from an outside sowing that it’s easy to imagine that it is an expensive F1 hybrid, cossetted in the greenhouse and then planted out. Unlike many calendulas, Daisy May has been bred for continuous flowering so will flower for longer than normal types. Bright orange flowers on dark green foliage. Looks super with blue ageratum. RHS Perfect For Pollinators. A plant with edible flowers. Easy to grow plants for kids or adults alike. An economical way to fill a sunny border. Height 20cm (8”) HA – Hardy annual.
Sow: March to June