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The Nasturtium Alaska, 'Tropaeolum minus', has beautiful flowers in shades of yellow, orange, mahogany, and cream with light green, marbled foliage. Every salad should have edible Nasturtium and Viola flowers in it! Nasturtium leaves are edible. Nasturtiums perform well in bad soil, but are comfortable in average garden soil that is not overly fertile. When the blossom passes its peak, pinch off to the base of the stem. Plant in the spring after the last average frost date or fall plant in warmer climates. Nasturtiums are used for edging and borders and can be grown inside. These plants will also deter whiteflies, squash bug, and rabbits.
Scientific Name : Tropaeolum minus

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