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Jesse Saylor

(Wandering Traveler)

Four-colored inchplant is an evergreen, fleshy-stemmed perennial with a trailing habit. It originates from southern Mexico and has oval to lance-shaped leaves that clasp the stems at swollen joints. Its leaves are green on top, with distinct stripes of silver, creamy pink and red. Plants produce small pink flowers that are marginally showy.

This tender perennial is happiest in bright, indirect light and moist (but not wet), organic soil. It is used as a perennial ground cover in frost-free areas,...

(Indian Cress, Nasturtium)

This pretty compact nasturtium has semi-double deep orange-red flowers that really stand out in flower beds and containers. In subtropical climates ‘Red Wonder’ will survive as a short-lived perennial, but it is more commonly planted as an annual.

Throughout the growing season this selection offers a profusion of large showy flowers with large nectar-rich spurs. They are deep orange-red and highly attractive to hummingbirds. The beauty of its flowers is enhanced by distinctive bright green...

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Jessie Keith

(Nasturtium)

What a phenomenal, ever-blooming tender perennial! Originating from regions across South and Central America, the common nasturtium is a beautiful vining or mounding plant with colorful showy flowers that will brighten any summer flower garden.

Throughout the growing season nasturtiums offer a profusion of showy, open, five-petaled flowers with large, nectar-rich spurs. They come in shades of yellow, orange, red, apricot, rose or pink and all are highly attractive to hummingbirds. The beauty...

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Jesse Saylor

(Nasturtium)

These bushy compact nasturtiums have variegated leaves and velvety flowers that really stand out in flower beds and containers. In subtropical climates nasturtiums will survive as short-lived perennials but are more commonly planted as annuals.

Throughout the growing season these nasturtiums offer a profusion of showy, open, five-petaled flowers with large, nectar-rich spurs. They come in an array of colors such as orange, gold, red and apricot and are highly attractive to hummingbirds. The...

(Nasturtium)

A compact habit, profuse flowering and semi-double cherry-pink flowers distinguish 'Cherry Rose Jewel'. In southern climates this nasturtium will survive as a short-lived perennial but it is more commonly planted as an annual.

Throughout the growing season this nasturtium offers a profusion of large showy flowers with nectar-rich spurs. The frilly blooms are highly attractive to hummingbirds and their beauty is enhanced by distinctive bright green parasol-shaped, or peltate, leaves.

Nasturtiums...

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Jessie Keith

(Dwarf Cherry Rose Nasturtium, Indian Cress, Nasturtium)

Distinguished by a compact habit, profuse flowering and pretty cherry-pink flowers, the exceptional cultivar 'Dwarf Cherry Rose' will brighten up any small garden space. In southern climates this nasturtium will survive as a short-lived perennial but it is more commonly planted as an annual.

Throughout the growing season 'Dwarf Cherry Rose' offers a profusion of large showy flowers with nectar-rich spurs. The bright blooms are highly attractive to hummingbirds and their beauty is enhanced by...

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Jessie Keith

(Nasturtium)

This pretty compact nasturtium has velvety deep orange-red flowers that really stand out in flower beds and containers. In subtropical climates ‘Empress of India’ will survive as a short-lived perennial but is more commonly planted as an annual. It is a very old-fashioned cultivar that was first introduced in the Victorian era.

Throughout the growing season ‘Empress of India’ offers a profusion of showy, open, five-petaled flowers with large, nectar-rich spurs. They are rich orange-red and...

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Mark A. Miller

What a phenomenal, ever-blooming tender perennial! Originating from regions across South and Central America, the common nasturtium is a beautiful vining or mounding plant with colorful showy flowers that will brighten any summer flower garden.

Throughout the growing season nasturtiums offer a profusion of showy, open, five-petaled flowers with large, nectar-rich spurs. They come in shades of yellow, orange, red, apricot, rose or pink and all are highly attractive to hummingbirds. The beauty...

(Nasturtium)

A compact habit, profuse flowering and semi-double deep mahogany red flowers distinguish 'Mahogany Jewel'. In southern climates this nasturtium will survive as a short-lived perennial but it is more commonly planted as an annual.

Throughout the growing season this nasturtium offers a profusion of large showy flowers with nectar-rich spurs. The frilly blooms are highly attractive to hummingbirds and their beauty is enhanced by distinctive bright green parasol-shaped, or peltate, leaves.

Nasturtiums...

(Nasturtium)

A compact habit, heavy flowering and semi-double apricot flowers distinguish 'Whirlybird Apricot.' In southern climates it will survive as a short-lived perennial but is more commonly planted as an annual.

Throughout the growing season this nasturtium offers a profusion of large showy flowers held above distinctive bright green parasol-shaped, or peltate, leaves. The frilly blooms are sunny apricot and are highly attractive to hummingbirds.

Nasturtiums are incredibly easy to cultivate...