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NASTURTIUM - LADYBIRD CREAM PURPLE SPOT

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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.

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01/26/2018
Patti K.
United States

Ladybird Cream Purple Spot Nasturtium

Planted it in my flower garden and watch it grow. Was amazed how beautiful this type of nasturtium was. Very different than a standard nasturtium color. Brings a lot of vivid color in a garden!

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01/26/2018
Patti K.
United States

Ladybird Cream Purple Spot Nasturtium

Planted it in my flower garden and watch it grow. Was amazed how beautiful this type of nasturtium was. Very different than a standard nasturtium color. Brings a lot of vivid color in a garden!

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09/23/2017
Claudia C.

Striking in Pots; Early Blooming

These flowered early and were pretty and unusual, though compact. Petered out mid-August and wouldn't rebloom despite fertilizing and pinching. Other nasturtiums are profuse fall-bloomers in my garden but these seem to be early and done. Still, will probably use again next year.

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