This blend has a good mix of primrose, gold, orange, red, mahogany and more on moderately vigorous trailing plants. Can be used as a groundcover, a climber on a trellis, to trail on paths as in Giverny or in a hanging basket.
This small growing nasturtium makes a mound 40cm by 40cm and produces 5cm blooms in shades of red, pink, orange and yellow from late spring until frosts. The flowers can be used in salads and the edible leaves have a peppery flavour.
Moonlight wan, creamy flowers, the closest to white of any nasturtium, make a delightful contrast to deeper coloured varieties. A compact grower making 30cm tall by 50cm wide. Sow seeds in spring for a long summer and autumn display.
A new semi-trailling variety which carries dark red flowers held clear of the green streaked white variegated foliage for all of the warmer months. In frosty areas sow seed in early November is warmer areas sow as early as September. Height 30cm spread 100cm.
A good mix of semi-double flowers in the usual nasturtium colours , rose, red, yellow, orange and cream held well above the foliage for an impressive display. A fairly compact habit makes ‘Whirlybird’ a good choice for pots or small gardens.30cm tall by 30cm spread.
An Award of Garden Merit annual producing white flowers some 4-5cm across during spring and summer. The ornamental seed pods are great as a cut flower. Sow seeds during late winter and early spring. When established will self sow.
The yellow flowers stand proud above dark green ferny foliage on 50cm tall stems. The seed heads are ornamental and dry well for dried flower arrangements. Sow seed 1/2cm deep in situ during late winter and spring. Will self sow.
The flowers with shades of grey, purple, navy on a white base with intricate deep purple centres make excellent cut flowers as well as being a good garden subject. The unusual seed pods are useful both fresh and dried. Direct sow from mid-autumn until late spring.