Pop a nasturtium flower into your mouth and the unique taste and texture are unforgettable! These edible flowers are easy-to-grow and are great companion plants to attract pollinators and to deter pests. We planted a perimeter of nasturtiums around our green beans this summer and the rabbits stayed away. Our Alaska nasturtiums have variegated leaves and are a stunning plant from early spring until hard frost.
(Approximately 30 seeds per packet)
Planting Instructions: sow 1 seed 1" deep every 10" in early spring when soil can be worked. Full sun to part shade.