Nasturtium Seeds

The edible "spiller" every garden needs

Both the leaves and the flowers are edible on this beloved trailing plant, which thrives in sunshine and poor soil. But most folks can't bear to cut the bright blooms and lilypad-like foliage, preferring to grow Nasturtium as an ornamental. It chases away aphids and makes a great companion to vegetables and herbs. Direct-sow the seeds into the garden or container, and watch this annual take off.