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Nasturtium Climbing Mixed

3.49

20 seeds per pack

A vigorous, quick-growing climber for long lasting summer colour. Excellent for scrambling over walls or covering fences, trellis and obelisks. The frilly blooms are produced continually over the summer in a bright colour range including bicolours.

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.

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Sowing

Where to sow: Outdoors where they are to flower.
Preparation: Prepare the ground by raking until it is fine and crumbly, removing any large stones.
Sowing: Sow 20mm (3/4in) deep, in rows 30cm (12in) apart.
Growing: Thin out young plants to 23cm (9in) apart. Water regularly until plants are fully established. Growing nasturtiums is easy and once established they require little attention.
For earlier flowering: Sow in 7.5cm (3in) pots of free-draining compost. Place at 15-20c (77-68F) until 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.

Sowing

Where to sow: Outdoors where they are to flower.
Preparation: Prepare the ground by raking until it is fine and crumbly, removing any large stones.
Sowing: Sow 20mm (3/4in) deep, in rows 30cm (12in) apart.
Growing: Thin out young plants to 23cm (9in) apart. Water regularly until plants are fully established. Growing nasturtiums is easy and once established they require little attention.
For earlier flowering: Sow in 7.5cm (3in) pots of free-draining compost. Place at 15-20c (77-68F) until 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.