Nasturtium Alaska

Nasturtium Alaska - Seeds & Bulbs

Nasturtium Alaska
(Tropaeolum majus)

Beautiful marbled foliage adds to the desirability of Alaska! Every salad should have edible nasturtium flowers and unique Alaska foliage in it. Alaska's somewhat tame growth habit makes it great for hanging baskets and borders. Grown as a perennial in climates with no frost. Rabbits hate nasturtiums and keep away.

Flower Type: Annual
Bloom Time: Spring to Fall
Height: 12"
Exposure: Full Sun or Part Shade

When to Sow Outside: Spring, after last frost. In warm climates, plant in fall for winter blooms.
When to Sow Inside: Two weeks before last frost. Best to plant directly outside since nasturtiums don't transplant well.
Seed Depth: 1/2 "
Seed Spacing: 2"
Days to Emerge: 10
Thinning: When 2" tall thin to 6" to 12" apart

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