Nasturtium Seeds

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An old favourite for the cottage style garden and used by many as a companion plant to help protect your brassicas from cabbage white caterpillars. Some flowers will face up to the sky, other have striking mottles foliage and flowers of red and yellow on the same plant. You can even find nasturtium that ramble over trellis and cascade out of a hanging basket!

Nasturtium is easy to germinate & grow, simply sow directly into the ground or raise it in pots and plant out for blooms throughout summer into autumn. A free seeding and free-spirited plant, it may hang around in see. . . Show More >

An old favourite for the cottage style garden and used by many as a companion plant to help protect your brassicas from cabbage white caterpillars. Some flowers will face up to the sky, other have striking mottles foliage and flowers of red and yellow on the same plant. You can even find nasturtium that ramble over trellis and cascade out of a hanging basket!

Nasturtium is easy to germinate & grow, simply sow directly into the ground or raise it in pots and plant out for blooms throughout summer into autumn. A free seeding and free-spirited plant, it may hang around in seed form and appear again the following spring! It’s also great for hanging baskets, but nasturtium is more than just a pretty face. Its leaves and flowers are both edible and delicious, packed with vitamin C, providing a peppery taste to salads and even used to make vinegar!


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An old favourite for the cottage style garden and used by many as a companion plant to help protect your brassicas from cabbage white caterpillars. Some flowers will face up to the sky, other have striking mottles foliage and flowers of red and yellow on the same plant. You can even find nasturtium that ramble over trellis and cascade out . . . Show More >

An old favourite for the cottage style garden and used by many as a companion plant to help protect your brassicas from cabbage white caterpillars. Some flowers will face up to the sky, other have striking mottles foliage and flowers of red and yellow on the same plant. You can even find nasturtium that ramble over trellis and cascade out of a hanging basket!

Nasturtium is easy to germinate & grow, simply sow directly into the ground or raise it in pots and plant out for blooms throughout summer into autumn. A free seeding and free-spirited plant, it may hang around in seed form and appear again the following spring! It’s also great for hanging baskets, but nasturtium is more than just a pretty face. Its leaves and flowers are both edible and delicious, packed with vitamin C, providing a peppery taste to salads and even used to make vinegar!


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Nasturtium Seeds - Alaska Mixed Nasturtium Seeds - Alaska Mixed

Average Seeds 30

£2.49
Nasturtium Tall Mixed Nasturtium (Organic) Seeds - Tall Mix

Average Packet Content 38 seeds

£2.49
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