The blending of pastels and bicolors in delicious shades of strawberry, raspberry, apricot, and cream. Result is an astonishingly soothing carpet of color. Both leaves and flowers are edible with a peppery zing.
This gem will reward you with an endless supply of consistently rich crimson, golden-throated blooms. Habit of this hummingbird magnet is less trailing, more lax and bushy — making a spectacular spreading ground cover. An abundance of leaves and flowers to add extra zing to your salad!
This All-American winner is a trailer, ideal for hanging baskets and moderate spreading, with vines that are substantially longer than Jewel Mix. Large double and semi-double blooms in creams, yellows, orange and reds will brighten up your pots and borders from midsummer until frost. The flowers and young leaves are edible with a spicy, peppery flavor akin to watercress. Great as a garnish or for adding zip to your salads!
A nice compact 15 to 18-inch plant with bright, colorful double blooms in yellow, orange and deep red held above light green foliage. Will reward you with blooms until frost. Both leaves and flowers are edible with a peppery zing.
This compact, molding variety is covered in unique, warm and creamy blooms with raspberry flanked throats. These dwarf beauties, ideal for containers or small gardens, are of the longest flowering nasturtiums — flowering vigorously through to the first frost. Both leaves and flowers are edible with a peppery zing.
Ooh La La! Eye-catching blooms in smokey, raspberry-peach hues, with richly veined and saturated petals dance amidst an 18-inch mound of bright green foliage. A lovely embellishment for your potager, containers or window boxes. Both leaves and flowers are edible with a peppery zing.
Among the earliest blooming nasturtiums, this cheerful mix will become a fast favorite! Whirlybird boasts a gorgeous array of cherry, tangerine, scarlet, mahogany, lemon and creamy 2- to 3-inch, semi-double blooms that hold their faces straight up and well above the dark green compact foliage, for a “look-at-me” kind of display. Easily adaptable to your baskets, containers, beds and borders. Both leaves and flowers are edible with a peppery zing.