Nasturtium `Canary` Seeds
Info: The Nasturtium "Canary" has bright yellow, pretty flowers, which are slightly frayed and remind of the wings of a canary. They set interesting accents on the long vines. The leaves look different from the well-known nasturtium but are also edible and peppery tasty. The flowers attract many insects, including butterflies, bumblebees and bees.
Sowing & care: Sowing either from March in pre-culture or from mid-April outdoors. Press the seeds approx. 1 cm deep into the growing soil. As this nasturtium is very tendrilous, you should give it a place on a fence or a trellis to tendril. The tendrils can be up to 3 m long. Nasturtium likes a sunny location and the more nutritious the soil, the less it blooms. This variety sows itself.
|Botanical name||Nasturtium peregrinum / Tropaeolum peregrinum|
|Sowing||from March in preculture or from end of April directly outdoors|
|Location||sunny, common garden soil|
|Germination temperature||14 - 18°C|
|Germination||7 - 10 days|
|Blooming||June - October|
|Height||up to 300 cm|