Solid green leaves, bushy vines, brightly colored blooms.
Trailing Nasturtium works great as a summer ground cover in flower beds, in front of shrubs, or along stone steps, where its trailing habit creates a beautiful effect. It's equally at home in the vegetable garden, yielding peppery leaves and edible blooms for summer salads.
|25 Seeds||$3.39||In Stock | Packed for 2024|
|75 Seeds||$6.39||In Stock | Packed for 2024|
|225 Seeds||$11.49||In Stock | Packed for 2024|
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Direct sow nasturtiums after danger of frost has passed, spacing them closer together for a ground cover, or further apart if planting them among other annuals. Plants are low lying, but spread wide, covering about 2 feet. Harvest flowers weekly to encourage more blooms. Nasturtiums make a great companion plant in the vegetable garden. They help out cucumbers in particular, by deterring the pesky cucumber beetle.
|Days to Germination||7 to 14 days|
|Days to Maturity||60 days|
|Planting Depth||¼ to ½ inch|
|Spacing in Row||7 to 14 inches|
|Spacing Between Rows||18 inches|
|Height at Maturity||6 to 12 inches|
|Width at Maturity||24 inches|
|Sun Preference||Full to Partial Sun|