Canary Creeper Nasturtium Seeds 5100

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Canary Creeper Nasturtium Seeds 5100. A vigorous climber loaded with tons of yellow, 2-3 cm (1-1/2") wide, nasturtium-like flowers all summer long. The flowers resemble a canary with wings spread wide during a landing hence the reference in its name. Try this unique flowering vine in the background behind rambling nasturtiums. Great for walls, fences and arbours where it can grow to its full 3 m (10"²) in height. The plant grows best in full sun with light afternoon shade where summers are hot. When growing in garden soil, for best performance do not fertilize. However plants grown in peat based media should be fertilized.

How to Grow

8 seed/gram. Sow outdoors in late May about 6 mm (1/4" ) deep keeping the soil moist during the 7-14 day germination period - thin afterwards to 30 cm (1"²) apart. The plant grows best in full sun with light afternoon shade where summers are hot. When growing in garden soil, for best performance, do not fertilize. However plants grown in peat based media should be fertilized.


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DIMENSIONS N/A
BLOOMING SEASON BEGINS

High Summer

LIFECYCLE

Annual

PROPAGATION

Sow Direct

DAYS TO EMERGENCE

7 to 14

LIGHT

Full Sun to Partial Sun

GROWTH HABIT

Climbing

HEIGHT

Tall (2 to 4 m)(66 to 13)

FROST TOLERANCE

Killed by Frost

DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY

Easy

HERITAGE

Open Pollinated

FAMILY NAME

Tropaeolaceae

LATIN

Tropaeolum peregrinum

SUGGESTED USES

Living screen, Vertical colour

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