Our Favorite Nasturtium Flowers
TST080 Trailing Nasturtium Mix ( Tropaeolum majus )
Brilliant blossoms contrast with abundant green foliage.
Flowers in red, rose, orange, and yellow. Perfect for hanging baskets and containers, or even as a ground cover. Use the leaves, pods, and flowers in salads or as garnishes, or stuff the flowers with soft cheese. The flowers can be minced and added to butters and the immature seed heads can be pickled. Nasturtiums are a popular choice for adding color to salad mix. Will "climb" if tied to upright supports. Also known as garden nasturtium and Indian cress
1A073 Whirlybird Gold
Deep, bright golden yellow flowers. A terrific basket plant, floriferous, easy from seed, bright green leaf, large spurless single upward facing flowers, held above foliage. Grows 10" tall, blooms in 8 weeks from seed.
1A074 Glorius Gleam Mix
A mix of delightful colors. Vigorous, double and semi-double spurred flowers, semi-trailing vine, green leaf, ideal for groundcover or window basket, use in salads. Will trail down from a basket 4 feet or more in good conditions.
1A076 Tall Single Mix
Tropaoleum lobbianum. Nice color mix. Trailing, single spurred, large round green leaf, easy to grow, suitable as a climbing vine, climbing 5 feet or more.
D9879 Jewels of Africa
Variegated foliage. Compact, mounding, non-trailing, double 2" upward facing blooms held over foliage, now in separate colors. Excellent container or
ground cover plant, growing about 12" tall, blooming in 9 weeks from seed.