Tall Trailing Mix - Nasturtium

Tall Trailing Mix - Nasturtium

FNM101

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Give your garden some height with this Tall Trailing Mix of nasturtiums. With vibrant colors, these beauties are perfect for covering walls, arbors, and fences. Comes in a mix of red, rose, orange, and yellow. Grows to a height of up to 10'. Edible flowers make the most beautiful salads, and the spicy flavor is a great addition to any dish. Bumble bees love nasturtiums, so you'll be sure to get plenty of pollinators in your garden. 3.5g ~ 25 seeds.

Plant seeds directly in the garden as soon as the soil can be worked, roughly 2 weeks before average last frost date. Optimum soil temperature for seed germination is 60-70°F. Thin seedlings to 6-12" after first true leaves appear. Or, start seed indoors 3-5 weeks before transplanting into the garden. Harden off plants prior to transplanting outside. Transplant to the garden 1-2 weeks after your average last frost date.

Scientific Name: Tropaeolum majus
Days to Maturity: 55-70
Seed Depth: 1/2-1"
Days to Sprout: 7-14
Plant Spacing: 6-12"
Row Spacing: N/A
Light Requirements: Sunny / partial shade
Plant Height: Up to 10'
Life Cycle: Annual
Frost Hardy: No

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Rebekah Harmon
Up and Over

All the seeds I planted in part shade happily trailed up and over everything I gave them to climb. I wish I had given them more structure to trellis. My kids loved their "hairy" flowers!
Their flavor was strongly horse-radishy. A little too bitter to be a salad green.
The seeds planted in full sun sprouted, then died. Give them shade!

Thank you for trying our Tall Trailing Mix Nasturtium seeds, Rebekah! We're so happy to hear you enjoyed the flowers. :) They definitely grow best with sufficient structure and we're glad you found a way to make them work for your garden. Thanks for sharing your experience with us.

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Rebekah Harmon
Up and Over

All the seeds I planted in part shade happily trailed up and over everything I gave them to climb. I wish I had given them more structure to trellis. My kids loved their "hairy" flowers!
Their flavor was strongly horse-radishy. A little too bitter to be a salad green.
The seeds planted in full sun sprouted, then died. Give them shade!

Thank you for trying our Tall Trailing Mix Nasturtium seeds, Rebekah! We're so happy to hear you enjoyed the flowers. :) They definitely grow best with sufficient structure and we're glad you found a way to make them work for your garden. Thanks for sharing your experience with us.