Large, fragrant, double and semi-double flowers in a wide range of colors.
This All-America Selections winner makes a good for ground cover in beds and does well on trellis or fence. GARDEN HINTS: Prefers poor dry soil; rich moist soils produce mostly foliage and few blooms. Does not transplant well. If raised indoors, sow seed in pots, at 65 F, and transplant carefully.
NOTE: To aid germination, rub seed with nail file.Sow in average soil in full sun to part shade after danger of frost. Sow about 12"" apart and cover with 1/2"" of fine soil. Firm lightly and keep evenly moist."
How to Grow
Seedlings emerge in 10-14 days. Naturtiums do best in areas with relatively cool summers, but usually, they can grow anywhere. Climbing types will need some training and support on their upward journey. Nasturtiums cut for vases often root in water.
Nasturtiums are pretty annuals to use as edgings or at the front of a flower bed with other low-growing annuals and perennials. Allow plants to trail over walls or raised beds, and use them to add summertime color to rock gardens. They also look beautiful in containers and window boxes. Train climbing types onto strings, trellises, shrubs, or other supports. Use nasturtiums to garnish salads or other dishes, or cut them for a vase.