Nasturtium 'trailing mix'
Name: Nasturtium 'Trailing MIx'
This is a bright and colourful mix of common garden nasturtiums. Flowers come in orange, cream and some reds.
When to sow: Spring after risk of frosts has passed. Sow in punnets or trays and transplant to the garden when big enough to handle.
Plant Type: Trailer and weak climber to around 1.5m tall
Uses: pretty flowers for the garden. Some people put the baby leaves in salads for their peppery flavour, or pickle the green seed pods as an alternative to capers.
Growing Conditions: Good, damp, manured soil. Must have afternoon shade in summer.
Pests and Diseases: No serious pests.
Special Qualities: Very pretty.
Seeds: 35 minimum in packet.