Category: Nasturtium Seeds

Natures Haven Nasturtium Maharajah Mix 0

Natures Haven Nasturtium Maharajah Mix

Plant These Stunning Flowers Which Produce A Fiery Mix Of Colours Which Are Not Only A Pleasure To Look At But Also Can Be Very Useful. This Variety Is Particularly Attractive To Caterpillars And So Works Excellently When Planted Nearby To Brassicas Such As Cabbage And Kale In Protecting Your Precious Plants.please See Seed Packet For Sowing, Growing On And Planting Instructions.

Nasturtium Ladybird Mix - Seeds 0

Nasturtium Ladybird Mix – Seeds

peppery Edible Flowers, Stems And Leavespink, Yellow And Orange Coloursincludes Brand New Pink Ladybirdpretty Ladybird Spotted Flowersa 2018 Introduction. Ladybird Nasturtiums Are Known Because They Have Ladybird Spots On Their Flowers.pink Ladybird Is A Brand New Variety For 2018 And We Have Introduced This To The Yellow And Orange Ladybird Creating A Wonderful Citrus And Berry Colour Mix.all Flowers, Leaves And Stems Of Nasturtiums Are Edible With A Delicious Peppery Taste To Add To Salads.

Nasturtium Seeds - Paso Doble 0

Nasturtium Seeds – Paso Doble

A Striking And Dramatic Mix Of Nasturtiums. Combining Crimson And Peachy Cream Flowers With Contrasting Veins And Flower Centre, It’s Sure To Make A Statement.ideal For Containers And Flower Borders, Nasturtiums Are Simple To Grow And Quick To Flower. You Can Even Take Off Some Of The Flowers To Add A Sweet Yet Peppery Zing To Summer Salads.here’s How To Sow Seeds For Successful Germination…..1)      Fill A 6-9cm Pot Or Cell Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill The Pot Or Cell Trays And Strike Excess Soil Off So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Water Soil From Underneath By Placing The Tray In A Container Of Water, Letting The Soil Absorb The Water From Underneath. After About Two-to Five Minutes Remove From The Container Of Water.3)      Press The Seed Into Individual Cells Or Pots The Soil To A Depth Of About 2cm Using A Dibber Or Pencil.4)      Cover The Seeds With More Of The Seed-compost.5)      Water Above With A Watering Can With Sprinkler (rose) And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.6)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Place.sowing Directly Outdoors1)       Use A Rake To Level The Surface And Create A Crumble-like Tilth. At This Point Remove Any Weeds Or Large Stones Etc.2)       Water The Surface Prior To Sowing.  This Is Better Than Watering Over The Top Of Seeds Once They Are Sown As The Force Of The Water Can Displace The Seeds Unevenly.  3)       Thinly Scatter The Seed Over The Soil. Pour The Seed Into The Palm Then Tap Lightly With The Other Hand To Distribute The Seed Evenly Over The Area Of

Nasturtium Seeds - 4 In 1 Collection 0

Nasturtium Seeds – 4 In 1 Collection

An Unbeatable Collection Of Bright And Beautiful Top-performing Varieties. Nasturtiums Grow Well Even In Poor Soils And Look Truly Stunning In Beds, Borders And Growing Up A Trellis In Containers.nasturtiums Look Good And Taste Great Too, Having A Sweet Yet Peppery Flavour. So Great For The Garden And Great In Salads.includes Seeds Of:‘crimson Emperor’‘maharajah Mix’‘paso Doble’‘tall Mix’here’s How To Sow Seeds For Successful Germination…..1)      Fill A 6-9cm Pot Or Cell Tray With Seed Compost – Which Is Light And Contains A Small But Balance Level Of Nutrients In The Soil. Overfill The Pot Or Cell Trays And Strike Excess Soil Off So That The Seed Tray Is Filled To The Top With Un-compressed Soil.2)      Water Soil From Underneath By Placing The Tray In A Container Of Water, Letting The Soil Absorb The Water From Underneath. After About Two-to Five Minutes Remove From The Container Of Water.3)      Press The Seed Into Individual Cells Or Pots The Soil To A Depth Of About 2cm Using A Dibber Or Pencil.4)      Cover The Seeds With More Of The Seed-compost.5)      Water Above With A Watering Can With Sprinkler (rose) And Add Fungicide To The First Watering To Guard Against Damping Off.6)      Label And Date The Seeds And Place In A Cool Light Place.sowing Directly Outdoors1)       Use A Rake To Level The Surface And Create A Crumble-like Tilth. At This Point Remove Any Weeds Or Large Stones Etc.2)       Water The Surface Prior To Sowing.  This Is Better Than Watering Over The Top Of Seeds Once They Are Sown As The Force Of The Water Can Displace The Seeds Unevenly.  3)       Thinly Scatter The Seed Over The Soil. Pour The Se