- Hardy annual plants grow 12-14 inches tall
- Bright crimson flowers and dark blue-green leaves
- Flower and leaves are edible
- Great for container growing
- 25 seeds per packet
(Tropaeolum minus) This classic nasturtium has dark blue-green foliage and brilliant crimson flowers on 12-14" plants. This variety has been grown in the United States since the 1890s, and today it is perfect for everyone’s favorite contemporary gardening method: containers. Beyond the garden, the edible flowers and leaves can add style and color to plates as a garnish—or as a peppery addition to salads and pastas. Hardy annual.
Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors one week after last frost. Plants prefer average moist soil. Water during dry spells, but do not fertilize, as this will promote more foliage than flowers.