This should prove to be a very interesting Tropaeolium (what they call nasturtiums in the rest of the world). The Dutch grower came out with Ladybird, a bright yellow with red markings, in 1999 and this one followed in 2009. The color is more of a cream with purple spots on bushy compact plants. Should provide some interesting specimens and the blossoms are a spicy addition to any salad. Soak seeds then plant outside at the same time you would plant peas. G10-12 30 seeds.