@Tara_H - I like them as I can't always see the garden I tend that often (parents) so last few years all my seeds have been fails apart from nasturtium which is so easy to grow direct, which is why I love it right now. I have 13 different varieties I'm going to grow this year 🙃
@dandelion1 - these are last year 🙈 sorry! The garden I do is a tip right now as I plastered the hallway before Christmas so still moving some rubble. Just like to post pictures I haven't posted yet on here to keep me active
Kyle's Gardening Tip of the Day: Sow Nasturtium seed where the roots will be restricted, as it produces more flower. I have 4 plants in tiny pots and they produced all these seed (so a lot of flowers as you can imagine) and I sowed some in an open patch which had spread over 4 foot - not a single flower all summer, just foliage #nasturtium #tip Next year I'm going to grow a lot of different varieties, been collecting off the #seedswap2016 too 😏 if anyone has any recommendations please tell me
I saw Nasturtiums growing in Munich's botanical garden in 2013 and always wanted to grow them in small clumps, I think they flower better and look better contained @KathyB also a fan of the red tinge to the leaves 😎
#nasturtium #red #empressofindia #nasturtiumchallenge
Think this is my fav out of all those 🏵🏵🏵😍
Oh no I like this one now 😍
@Tara_H - on the same plant!
Wow! I didn't know they could do that 😊
Wow love these!!