Picking Nasturtiums To Eat - Learn How To Harvest Edible Nasturtiums
How to Harvest Edible Nasturtiums. Picking nasturtiums to eat is as simple as plucking off flowers and leaves as needed throughout the growing season....
Controlling Nasturtium Plants How To Stop Nasturtium From Self-Seeding
Keep an eye on the area for new plants that may spring from dropped seeds. Pull these up as you see them sprout. If you just want to limit the nasturt...
My Nasturtiums Are Leggy Tips For Pruning Leggy Nasturtiums
Vining nasturtiums are particularly vulnerable to getting leggy and messy looking. Trim back the longest vines by 6 to 12 inches (15-30 cm.). This wil...
Nasturtium Won't Bloom Troubleshooting A Nasturtium With No Flowers
Why are my nasturtiums not flowering?How do I get my nasturtiums to flower?What's wrong with my nasturtiums?Why are my plants not flowering?Do nasturt...
Nasturtium Flowers - How To Grow Nasturtiums
Put two seeds (1" deep) in each pot and grow them under lights or in a bright location, such as a south-facing window. It takes about 10 to 12 days fo...
nasturtium seed pods
Can you save nasturtium seeds?Should I soak nasturtium seeds before planting?How do you grow nasturtiums from seed?Do nasturtiums self seed?Can you ea...
how to harvest nasturtium
How to Harvest NasturtiumWhen to harvest: Pick nasturtium leaves for culinary use as soon as the plant is 6 inches tall. Pick flowers just as they ope...
nasturtium seeds edible
Nasturtium seeds are edible. The seeds form after the flower has finished, so you may have to decide if you want to eat the flower or wait for the see...
Potted Nasturtium Plants How To Grow Nasturtium In A Container
Plant a few nasturtium seeds in the pot, at a depth of about ½ inch (1.27 cm.). Water lightly. Continue to water seedlings as needed to keep the soil ...