The nasturtium is a pretty annual vine that advantageously decorate your hedges, fences, pergolas or walls.
Culture and’easy maintenance, it supports all types of soil and climates.
In short, that’you should know:
Name : Tropaelum majus
Family : Tropaeolacées
Height: 30 to 40 cm, 4 m for climbing
Exposure : Sunlight
Flowering: June to September
Maintenance : None
Features : Colorful flowers, yellow, orange and red
Planting, planting nasturtiums:
It is recommended sow the seeds in place after the frosts in May.
Needless to favor one color as your solid will be to’much more beautiful than you will mix them.
You can make a seedlings under shelter in the month of March.
- L’Watering’was to be regular but not excessive.
Namely the nasturtiums:
Les Capucines are particularly known for their fragrance characteristics that’particularly fond of bees, but also for their medicinal properties in many homeopathic treatments.
Originating’North America, its brightly colored flowers brighten the edges of your garden, but also will enhance the shrubs beneath which you plant them.
- The nasturtium is a great way to against aphids.
Malignant Council on nasturtiums:
Les Capucines are edible and sometimes come flavor certain dishes.
Both sweet and peppery, for example you can combine them with a rocket salad ... delicious!
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