House rules are loading...
We are processing your monitoring request...
Comment on a listing
Being a new gardener i have to keep looking up info...i'm a bit confused about calendula Indian Prince, some say it's an annual and others say it's not...can anyone put me right please?
- Views: 256
- Replies: 2
- Posted: Mon. 12th July 2010 21:27
Calendula, like many plants used as annuals, is in fact a tender perennial - but it only behaves as a perennial in warm climates. Depending upon where you live and where you grow it, it might behave like a perennial but cold weather will kill it. Generally, too, even in warm climates, it is a short-lived perennial.
- Posted: Fri. 16th July 2010 17:03
Re: Re: Calendula
Thank you so much, that really cleared up my confusion. As i live in the north west Highlands the poor flower won't last very long!!
- Posted: Fri. 16th July 2010 18:56