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Variegated Nasturtium

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  • Close-up of silhouette cut.
  • Orange.
  • Pink.
  • Peach.
  • Close-up of leaf.
  • Many colors, variegated leaves.
  • Mounding habit.
  • Great in containers too.

Variegated Nasturtium Seeds

Tropaeolum majus
Beautiful, edible, pastel blooms against alluring white-washed leaves.
Art Pack, 25 seeds
Product ID# FL0150A

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Detailed Product Info

The leaves of this nasturtium are mottled white and green, while the flowers are deeply hued pastels. The combination is a striking one, and you may be tempted simply to stand back and behold the plant's beauty. But do get closer--nasturtium is edible! Its leaves and blooms have a nice peppery flavor; they enliven any salad. The immature seeds, when pickled, make a terrific substitute for capers. Nasturtiums can play a starring role in any edible landscape.

Quick Facts
Days to Germination 7 to 10 days
Days to Maturity 60
Planting Depth ½ to ¾ inch
Spacing in Row 12 to 18 inches
Spacing Between Rows 18 inches
Height at Maturity 12 inches
Width at Maturity 18 inches
Growing Instructions

Direct sow around last frost, or start 3-4 weeks earlier under protection. For lots of blooms, provide soil that is not too fertile; high fertility will result in more leaves than blooms. Average garden soil amended in previous seasons (but not during the current one) is ideal. Harvest blooms and leaves for spicy, delicious additions to summer salads. Harvest immature seeds for pickling (like capers).

About the Art and Artist
Art by Jenny Lee Fowler. Jenny's paper cuttings brim with vignettes from forest and field. Her hand-rendered silhouettes underscore the relationships between people and our natural world.

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