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And...here's the Nasturtiums - all self seeded from last year 👍🏻 All gorgeous, all edible & surprisingly all yet to be eaten by caterpillars 😂 #nasturtium #orange #yellow #red #edible
Lovely #collage 👍
Pretty collage 🌿
Fab!! #grownfromseed #seedgrown #selfseeds
Beautiful red Nasturtium ❤️ Tasty in salads 😋 #red #nasturtium #edibleflowers
🐝utiful ❤️ Didn't realise there was a red variety, only seen orange before.
I've seeds that are supposed to be red before. But they're always orange.. Do you know what variety this is @ellenmarygardening ?😊
Never get a chance to put mine in salads, the caterpillars demolish them as fast as they grow lol
Empress of India is the name of this Nasturtium. Gorgeous colour.
That's gorgeous! I bought what were supposed to be dark red plugs this year, but they came out orange!
@carolineparr235 if you sow red & orange ones together they look stunning 👍🏻
@natart hmmm not sure but I will find the seed packet. Possibly Empress of India as @Pebs74 says 🤔😍
@pele yep they are perfect for growing by crops you don't want eaten because the caterpillars eat the nasturtiums instead!
@bigemrg I've heard so many people say that. I wonder why?! Can't all be about the retailer packaging them up wrong. Or maybe just everyone I know ordered from the same place 😳😬😉 Something to investigate I think!
Maybe we're all colour blind? lol 😀
There are many colours of nasturtiums. I grew Empress of India, Peach Melba,Dayglowing and the original orange colours. I've seen purple as well.
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