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That reminds me to check out the direct sow nasturtiums to see if they are poking up yet. I had a glorious display last year and they lasted ages and ages. The only trouble was that they were in the wrong position and one could only see them if visiting them. Hidden by shrubs etc.
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They are ideal for hanging baskets at that length and also for putting along low walls so they can cascade down over the edge .@jimmy cee wrote:I seeded these nasturtiums and forgot them.
Do you think I should ditch them or would they still be ok to plant in a hanging basket.
You can use good dark green leaves as a slightly peppery leaf in your salads
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