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Nasturtiums are very versatile - they'll creep through your beds and borders to fill any unsightly gaps, climb a trellis to brighten up walls and fences, trail elegantly from a hanging basket and you can even put them in your salad! Try these easy-to-grow seeds - you won't be disappointed!
Tropaeolum minus, Indian CressCurious split petals make the flame-like flowers of Nasturium ‘Phoenix’ particularly eye catching. Prolific and free flowering, the blooms are produced in abundance in beautiful fiery shades of gold, orange and red. Like all Nasturtiums, it’s easy to grow. Let its bushy stems spill from hanging baskets and window boxes or create a carpet of colour in beds and borders. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 35cm (14"). More info
Nasturtium minus 'Just Peachy'
Tropaeolum minus, Indian CressYou'll love how the delightful ruffled blooms of Nasturtium 'Just Peachy' sit well above the fresh green foliage of these neat, compact plants. The pretty blooms create a carpet of creamy peach shades that look stunning spilling from borders or containers. Grow some of these easy-to-grow hardy annuals in the vegetable plot too and use the flowers and leaves to brighten salads. Height: 20cm (8"). Spread: 35cm (14").
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.More info
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