Nasturtium flowers attract hummingbirds and are perfect for edging, bedding, and containers. Blooms are long-spurred, and young leaves add delicious peppery taste to salads. Easy to grow plants. Nasturtiums will often self-sow. They are one of the best annual flowers to provide color during mild weather.
Small beautifully variegated leaves are the perfect foil for the bright orange, gold, mahogany and red flowers. Forms compact 12-inch mounds.
EMPRESS OF INDIA Nasturtium Seeds
Brilliant scarlet flowers and deep blue-green leaves form billowing 2-foot mounds.
TALL SINGLE MIX Nasturtium Seeds
An excellent vining variety with deliciously fragrant 2 inch orange, gold or red flowers. Tall Single Mix is perfect as a groundcover trailing over rocks, stumps or walls, or it can be trained vertically to cover fences or trellises. Can easily grow to 8 feet in a season.
MOONLIGHT Nasturtium Seeds
This new introduction trails to 6 feet and covers itself with beautiful butter-yellow single flowers all season long. Great as a ground cover, trained on a trellis or in hanging baskets. No other nasturtium like it.
KALEIDESCOPE MIX Nasturtium Seeds
Tropaeolum majusOrganically Grown
Swirled bicolor flowers are included in this traditional mix of red, orange, and yellow, long-spurred, trumpet-shaped flowers. Compact, 16 inch plants are nice as a border, or mounding over containers. Flowers and young leaves add delicious peppery taste to salads. Easy to grow, often self-sows. One of the best annual flowers to provide color during mild weather.
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Creamy apricot 2.5 inch blooms on tidy 10-12 inch plants. "Tip Top" refers to the fact that the flowers are held well above the foliage.
WHIRLYBIRD SERIES Nasturtium Seeds
Compact growing to 12-16 inches tall, with large 2-3 inch, forward facing, semi-double flowers held above rich green foliage.
A formulated mix of Whirlybird Cherry-Red, Orange, Cream, Tangerine and Gold.
How to Plant NASTURTIUM Seeds
Best sown directly into the garden after all danger of frost ¾ inch deep, 4-6 inches apart. Thin to 8-12 inches apart, for bush types, and 18-24 for trailing varieties. Can be started indoors in peat pots. Kept at 65° F., germination is in 7-14 days.