Park Seed Fragrant Giants Nasturtium Seeds

Park Seed Fragrant Giants Nasturtium Seeds

Old-fashioned charm on large, fragrant blooms


A rainbow of colors, deliciously aromatic.

Item # 01411-PK-P1
In stock - allow 3-5 business days for order processing prior to shipment.
$4.95
Quantity
Genus Tropaeolum
Species majus
Variety Park Seed Fragrant Giants
Item Form (P) Pkt of 50 seeds
Bloom Start to End Early Summer - Late Fall
Habit Vining
Seeds Per Pack 50
Plant Height 10 in
Plant Width 6 ft
Bloom Size 2.5 in
Additional Characteristics Bloom First Year, Butterfly Lovers, Cool Season, Cut-and-Come-Again, Direct Sow, Easy Care Plants, Edible, Flower, Fragrance, Free Bloomer, Heirloom, Hummingbird Lovers, Long Bloomers, Pest Fighter
Bloom Color Cream, Gold, Light Mix, Orange, Red, Yellow
Foliage Color Light Green
Light Requirements Full Sun, Part Shade
Moisture Requirements Dry
Resistance Deer Resistance, Disease Resistant, Heat Tolerant, Humidity Tolerant, Pest Resistant
Soil Tolerance Normal,  loamy, Poor
Uses Baskets, Beds, Containers, Cuisine, Cut Flowers, Foliage Interest, Ground Cover, Outdoor, Vines and Climbers

Review Summary
(Based on 4 Reviews)

5 star rating
Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0

Reviews

5 star rating
I plant these every year
Tina from MT wrote on February 16, 2022

It has been probably 6 years since I purchased these seeds. I have been blessed to have them re-seed in my greenhouse for the past 20 years, except for last year. I even got a packet that was 8 years old to give me about 60% a couple of years ago! To get them to grow outdoors is not always successful, as there are many critters that gobble them up and therefore, even though I save seeds, I eventually ran out and I now need to purchase more. I am so glad Parks still sells them! In the greenhouse I grow them with the Mammoth Melting Sugar snow pea. Together they climb a trellis all the way to the top at 10 feet. People who visit notice the fragrance immediately when they step inside, and the plants are picture perfect together and great to nibble on. I have had no problems with the heat in the greenhouse affecting either plant, and they begin growth in February or March, depending on the weather (I am in Montana), and usually produce until October. A couple of times I had an aphid problem, which I used organic pyrethrin sprays on at night to keep the plants from melting. Then had to rinse them with water before the sun was up. Too much trouble. So now I just let the chickens and guineas in to clean everything up and start over. Park's Fragrant Giants are a must-have in my opinion, and I absolutely love them!

5 star rating
Huge flowers!
DanaQ from ID wrote on February 08, 2020

I planted Fragrant Giants in several patio containers last summer. They bloomed trouble-free for months, with huge bright flowers, and continued well into October through several frosts. I brought two pots indoors, and they bloomed until Christmastime. Fragrant giants are going to be a staple in my garden from now on.

5 star rating
Love, love, love!
Melissa from WA wrote on June 12, 2017

I was looking for a training nasturtium because in the past mine haven't gotten very big. I tried this variety and I have not been disappointed. Although I lost a few seedlings, the ones that survived are growing like crazy! Tons of beautiful blooms on vining branches and the lovely circular leaves are stunning. The hummingbirds cannot get enough of these beauties.

5 star rating
Wonderfully Fragrant
SK from MD wrote on July 24, 2015

Blooms have beautiful color and delightful fragrance!

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