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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!
Nasturtium 'Double Delight Apricot'
Tropaeolum majus, Indian Cress
One of the best double nasturtiums we have ever seen. Gorgeous double to semi-double large blooms in eye-catching, mottled apricot shades, smother the bushy mid-green foliage. The flower petals have a delicate, crinkled appearance giving an unusual texture. Easy to grow; free-flowering all summer.
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.More info
Nasturtium 'Banana Split'
Tropaeolum minus, Indian Cress
Showing superb garden performance in our trials, this eye-catching nasturtium produces masses of lovely golden-petalled flowers which sit on top of lush green foliage. The slightly ruffled blooms fade to lemon as the season progresses whilst the lax, bushy, slightly spreading habit makes Nasturtium Banana Split a must for containers as well as the front of borders where it will flower freely all summer.
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