NASTURTIUM

                                   
Nasturtium needs to be planted in full sun or partial shade
It will take 10-14 days to germinate
Nasturtium is frost sensitive
Basic Care Should the plant die allow it to decompose in the flower beds as they add vital nutrients into the soil.
Its flowers and leaves are edible and are best used in soups, stews and salads. Cook the nasturtium with spinach for a nutritious meal.
Companion Planting Do not plant with Gem Squash or Butternut.
Common Nasturtium Pests Snails and slugs. That’s why Nasturtium keeps the pests away from your vegetables and hides the shape of leaves of cabbage and lettuce.
Nutritional Value Nasturtium is rich in Vitamin C and sulphur and is a natural anti-biotical.
Saving Seed The seeds will form where the flowers are. Let them dry, pick them up and store them in a cool dry place.
Reel Gardening Packs That Contain Nasturtium Kids Veggie Pack | Companion Flower Pack | Kids Herb Pack