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Nasturtium Seeds

Burpee's nasturtiums are direct-sown, bright flowers that grow in vining or bushy plants. Nasturtiums do well in cool weather and are also edible.

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  • Nasturtium, Alaska Mix, , large

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    HEIRLOOM. Colorful, edible nasturtiums tolerate poor soils and heat or cold.

    $3.99 - $8.99
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  • Nasturtium, Double Dwarf Jewel Mix, , large

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    HEIRLOOM. Superb for bedding or containers.

    $3.99 - $8.99
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  • Nasturtium, Cooks Custom Mix, , large

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    Our best-of-the-best mix.

    $4.99
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  • Nasturtium, Vesuvius, , large

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    HEIRLOOM. Dark blue-green leaves, salmon blooms.

    $4.19
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  • Nasturtium, Phoenix, , large

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    Dramatic rebirth of a 1904 Burpee heirloom.

    $5.99
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  • Nasturtium, Cream Troika, , large

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    Glorious, high-performance super-bloomer unleashes a continuous cannonade of fabulous cream blooms.

    $3.99
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    Nasturtium, Summer Gown, , large

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    Bushy, vining 24" plants are clustered with luminous flowers.

    $5.99 - $9.99
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  • Nasturtium, Peach Melba, , large

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    HEIRLOOM. Bright creamy yellow blossoms with maroon blotches near the centers

    $4.99
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  • Nasturtium, Empress Of India, , large

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    Victorian heirloom with edible flowers.

    $3.99
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    Trellis & Fence Garden, , large

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    Adds color and elegance to outdoor structures

    $18.99
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  • Nasturtium, Mahogany, , large

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    Completely unique color of Nasturtium.

    $3.99
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  • Nasturtium, Double Gleam Mixed Colors, , large

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    Large, fragrant, double and semi-double flowers in a wide range of colors.

    $4.99 - $9.99
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