Nasturtium seeds

Nasturtium seeds. Heirloom, open pollinated, non-hybrid and non-GMO seeds with no chemical treatments.



Canary Creeper Nasturtium

Canary Creeper Nasturtium

Tropaeolum peregrinum, 10 seeds

  • Annual climbing/trailing plant
  • Unusual 'bird like' flowers

 

Sow: Spring, summer and autumn

$1.50

Nasturtium

Nasturtium

Tropaeolum majus, 10 seeds

  • Climbing annual
  • Culinary and medicinal herb

 

Sow: Spring to early autumn (in cool climates spring only)

$1.50

Nasturtium- Alaska Mixed

Nasturtium- Alaska Mixed

Tropaeolum majus, 10 seeds

  • Annual 40cm
  • Compact bush

 

Sow: Spring to early autumn (in cool climates spring only)

$1.50

Nasturtium- Empress of India

Nasturtium- Empress of India

Tropaeolum majus, 10 seeds

  • Annual to 50cm
  • Large deep scarlet flowers

 

Sow: Spring to early autumn (in cool climates spring only)

$1.50

Nasturtium- Jewel Mix

Nasturtium- Jewel Mix

Tropaeolum majus, 10 seeds

  • Annual 30cm
  • Dwarf non trailing bush

 

Sow: Spring to early autumn (in cool climates spring only)

$1.50

Nasturtium- Salmon Baby

Nasturtium- Salmon Baby

Tropaeolum majus, 10 seeds

  • Annual to 30cm
  • Dwarf compact variety

 

Sow: Spring to early autumn (in cool climates spring only)

$1.50

Nasturtium- Tom Thumb Black Velvet

Nasturtium- Tom Thumb Black Velvet

Tropaeolum majus, 10 seeds

  • Compact plants
  • Dark red/brown flowers

 

Sow: Spring to early autumn (in cool climates spring only)

$1.50

Nasturtium- Whirlybird Mix

Nasturtium- Whirlybird Mix

Tropaeolum majus, 10 seeds

  • Compact plants
  • Bright attractive flowers

 

Sow: Spring to early autumn (in cool climates spring only)

$1.50

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Why You Should Plant Nasturtiums in Your Garden

Author: Jennifer Charlotte   Date Posted: 17 May 2018 

Enjoy the beauty and benefits of nasturtiums by planting them in your garden. These pretty plants are easy to grow, edible, and a great companion plant.

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