Pretty and petite nasturtium with glowing peach-apricot-buttery cream flowers, many of which will be doubles, each one splashed with a dot of maroon. Semi-trailing, so try it in a hanging basket or balcony planter, and like all nasturtiums it's fast and super-easy to grow and very resilient.
DESCRIPTION: Hardy heirloom annual/perennial featuring peach-yellow flowers with red throats. A semi-trailing variety with edible leaves resembling small lily pads. Plant as a border, ground cover or in a hanging basket. PLANTING: Sow seeds directly into garden beds early Spring through to Autumn. Add a slow release fertiliser to the soil prior to planting. Plant in free draining soil in a full sun to partly shaded location. Tolerates dry periods once established. CARE: Easy care plant.Water seedlings regularly until established and during extended dry periods. For heavier flowering, tip prune by occasionally pinching out the growing tips.