Tropaeolaceae

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Tropaeolaceae
Nasturtium family

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IDcommon namefamilylatin namedatequantityactiondays to germpropagationdays to maturityhabitatsundrainagesoilinventorynotesnutrientsneedsuse
254Nasturtiums, Seven Colour BlendTropaeolaceaeTropaeolum majus (dg fo pf wp)14Seed - sow spring in a pot emmersed to half its depth in water. Germination should take place within a couple of weeks. Prick out seedlings into individual pots whilst they are still small and increase the depth of water gradually until they are submerged. Plant out into a pond in the summer. Cuttings can be taken at any time in the growing season. Virtually any part of the plant, including a single leaf, will form roots if detached from the parent plant[56]. Just put it in a container of water until the roots are well formed and then plant out in shallow water.Pond; Bog Garden;full sunseasonal flooding102 eachFood, Ornamental

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