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    Calendula seeds

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    Ball's Improved Orange - Calendula Yumm! 1 Review(s) | Add Your Review Pretty, double, 3-inch flowers are a deep orange color. They are great as cut flowers or as a tasty garnish in salads and add color to many dishes. Contains 125 heirloom seeds $1.75

  • Laura B

    Ball's Improved Orange Calendula | Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co

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