A colourful, compact climber for baskets and trellis
Compact climber or ‘trailer’ for small trellis, containers and baskets, perfect for patios and conservatories. Sometimes flowers even avoid a black eye! Usually grown as an annual.
Bumblebees are entirely dependent on the right kinds of flowers for food. Many of these flowers have become scarce but the potential to help create a rich habitat is enormous. This mix includes favoured wildflowers as well as annual and perennial cultivars.
Hardy Annual (HA) Full Sun Perfect for Pollination
Deep red with semi-trailing variegated foliage
Deep red blooms with distinctive central markings on spreading, variegated plants. Ideal for mixed containers and filling gaps in bright summer borders.
Plant Class: Hardy Annual (HA).
Nasturtium Red Troika
Average 25 seeds
An easy to grow bushy plant. Covered with pink, dark nerved flowers which are loved by bees and butterflies. A perfect filler for mixed borders.
Outdoor sowing in flowering position. Sow thinly in rows 30cm apart. Cover lightly with 1.5cm of fine soil. Firm gently and keep moist. When large enough thin to 5cm apart. After 2-3 weeks thin to 25cm apart.
Indoor sowing in trays of seed compost. Sow thinly, cover with a fine layer of compost. Firm gently and keep moist. Seedlings appear 14-28 days. When large enough transplant 5cm apart. in trays. Then transplant 25cm apart in flowering position.
NOTE: Grown by dedicated farmers using strictly organic methods, the seeds have been approved by Organic Farmers and Growers CIC.