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Nasturtium 'Climbing Mixed'

Tropaeolum majus, Indian Cress

Half-hardy Annual

These long-flowering vigorous climbing plants look spectacular when trained over walls, fences and hedges. They lack tendrils, but will scramble happily over trellis work, sheds, fences etc. Flowers summer-autumn. Climber.

Culinary note: The peppery flavour of the leaves and colourful flowers will enrich salads and the unripened seeds can used like capers – delicious combined with cream cheese or butter in canapés. For more details about edible flowers click here.

Ideal For:
patio, walls and fences, ground cover, cottage gardens, exotic garden
Flowering Period:
June, July, August, September
Sowing Months:
March, April, May
Position:
full sun
    • 1 packet (40 nasturtium seeds)

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    • £2.49
Sow outdoors where they are to flower. Prepare the ground well and rake to a fine tilth before sowing. Sow 20mm (¾in) deep, in rows 30cm (12in) apart.For earlier flowering: Sow seed, 1cm (½in) deep, 3 seeds per 7.5cm (3in) pot, in free-draining, damp seed compost. Place at 20-29C (68-86F) until after germination. Gradually acclimatise to outdoor conditions before planting out after risk of frost. Before planting into containers, ensure plants are well rooted in their pots.

Gradually acclimatise to outdoor conditions before planting out after all risk of frost. They flower most freely in poor dryish soils.

Water regularly until plants are fully established. Growing nasturtiums is easy and once established, they require little attention.
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