Tall Single Mix

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Quick Facts:

    • Hardy annual
    • Lively classic colours
    • Trailing plant
    • Train vertically
    • Plant height 3m (10')

Tall Single Mix

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Description:

Tropaeolum majus. This prolific, trailing plant will travel great lengths. Train vertically by tying it to something. Use it in a hanging planter for dramatic effect, wrap it around a fence or archway, or let it tumble over a retaining wall. Tall Single Mix nasturtium seeds provides a wondrous assortment of lively classic nasturtium colours. Plant in full sun or partial shade - in shade it will produce even longer vines and larger leaves. This variety is excellent for filling in empty spots in the garden. The flowers are edible and the plants are drought tolerant so they're suitable for xeriscaping. Vines will grow as much as 3m (10').

Annual

Size: SKU: Price: Availability: Quantity: Total:
5g (approx. 25 seeds) FL3002A $3.19 In stock $0.00
15g (approx. 75 seeds) FL3002B $4.99 In stock $0.00
50g (approx. 350 seeds) FL3002C $9.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
100g (approx. 700 seeds) FL3002D $16.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
500g (approx. 3500 seeds) FL3002E $44.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
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Quick Facts:

    • Hardy annual
    • Lively classic colours
    • Trailing plant
    • Train vertically
    • Plant height 3m (10')

How To Grow

The annual flowers in this group have been called many colourful names, including Bitter Indian, Canary-bird vine, Canary-flower, Indian cress, Monk’s cress, Flame flower, and plain old Garden nasturtium. Nasturtiums thrive in poor to average, slightly acidic, well-drained soil. Grown in full sun, you might consider using some rocks around the plants to prevent their roots from getting too hot. In partial shade, plants tend to have larger leaves and a more sprawling habit. Keep watered during dry weather, and do not fertilize. Follow these How to Grow Nasturtiums as colourful companions for your Brassicas, cucumbers, melons, radishes, and tomatoes.