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Flowers , Nasturtium 'Princess of India' (Dwarf), Semi-Trailing

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Tropaeoleum minus, Edible dwarf, Trailing Dark Foliage, A smaller more compact/dwarf, with a more trailing habit than Empress of India with very uniform & compact masses of vibrant deep red blooms held well above the stunning dark green foliage. Ht 20-25cm (8 to 10 ins). Cut back after flowering. Sow (outdoors): March, April, May. Note: Peppery flavour of the leaves & colourful flowers will enrich both soups or salads & unripened seeds can be used like capers. In the garden, they attract beneficial insects & can be used in veg gardening to trap aphids & deter whiteflies, protecting tomatoes, cucurbits, & brassicas., Seed Count Approx - 15 avg

  SOWING - Sow covering lightly. Keep moist until seedlings appear. Space seeds 3-4 ins apart, no need to thin them out. 20 ins between rows. Prefers poor soil, if too rich, foliage is produced at expense of flowers. Once established requires little attention. Annual

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