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Glorious Gleam Mix Nasturtium Seeds


Glorious Gleam Mix Nasturtium Seeds

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Tropaeolum majus



 | 75 Seeds |


Variegated leaves which are marbled with ivory on green leaves with 2 inch improved strain flowers of cherry, yellow, crimson, orange and salmon. On a 10-15" tall plant. Compact, mounded habit. Quick growing and are an excellent  edge for taller planting behind. Nasturtiums attract many beneficial insects like ladybugs, lacewings, hoverflies and bees. Feed and deadhead to prolong the flowering period. Can also be grown in containers and will need a supporting frame. Some like to add to their salads, has an intense peppery flavor.

Package 75 seeds.


How to Grow Nasturtiums From Seeds

Indoor Sowing

  • Seeds can take up to two weeks to sprout, although they often germinate within seven days if prepared properly before planting.
  • Use individual 2- to 3-inch-diameter seedling pots or a larger seedling tray. Pots and trays must have drainage holes so the excess water can drain out.
  • Water the soil before you plant so it's moist.
  • Sow a single seed per pot, or plant the seeds 2 inches apart in rows set 2 inches apart in a tray.
  • Large nasturtium seeds require deep planting, so plant the seeds 1/2- to 1-inch deep in the pots.
  • Keeping the soil temperature near 70 degrees Fahrenheit and maintaining even moisture encourages quick germination.

Outdoor Sowing

  • It's possible to sow nasturtium seeds directly in the garden bed if you prepare the soil first.
  • Nasturtiums have few soil needs. Choose a well-drained bed that receives at least six hours of sunlight daily and work up to 2 inches of compost into it first to improve drainage and quality.
  • Once prepared, plant the seeds 1/2- to 1-inch deep and space them 3 inches apart.
  • The soil will require watering so the top 6 inches remains moist. Once the nasturtiums sprout, thin the plants so they have 8 to 10 inches of space on all sides.

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