Nasturtiums Leaves at the Botanical Interests Seed Catalog

One of the best reasons to buy the new Botanical Interests Seed Catalog would be for the Nasturtiums. I love the leaves and the flowers. They grow well in my front beds with the afternoon shade. The new catalog is just beautiful—take a look and follow the link above.  I also grew these sunflowers from that seed company.

And these Envy Zinnias—

This Teddy Bear Sunflower

And this pumpkin! And so much more!!!! So go check out their catalog. When I say their seeds germinate well–I really have tried them and can tell you in confidence that it will work for you.

11 Comments Add yours

  1. Ibrahim says:

    i love those sunflowers!! good job 🙂


  2. Greenish and they look like very healthy,Hope to have a copy of the catalog to have more idea on what kind of plant i will put in my garden to catch more attention.


  3. This a veritable feast for the eyes! I have long loved flowers and I also paint–seeing those gardens in Salem makes me wish I was there in person to paint them!


  4. Eileen says:

    I can’t believe you live in North Carolina. I grow many of the plants you do, but I am sure for a omuch shorter time span – Teddy Bear Sunflower, Envy Zinnia, King Tut every year in some of my containers. I enjoyed your site!



  5. Anna I’ve no doubt that the germination success is also down to greenfingers!

    Last year I grew Nasturtium Empress of India and it was party time for the insects over here. By about mid July they’d eaten all bar one, so, just for a laugh I ate it myself! Peppery hot those leaves.


  6. Catherine says:

    Your pictures are proof how good their seeds are. I also just love the art on the packets. I’m always drawn to them amongst the many racks of seeds at the nursery that sells them here.


  7. Jen says:

    I’ve heard great things about that company, but I’ve already broken my budget with my two favorite catologs (Scheepers and Baker Creek). I may have to request it just to window shop… but we all know where that leads! Gorgeous plants – love the sunflowers.


  8. probably wouldn’t work for me…I’ve never grown from seed and have no confidence in that working AT ALL. But you–oh my, you’ve got the gift!
    I do love nasturtiums. They are all over the coast of SoCal where I grew up. And edible flowers, too. Peppery and colorful.


  9. Randy says:

    Meg always grows nasturtiums, last year we tried climbing nasturtiums. Planted the climbers in a bad spot will try again this year. Botanical Interest seeds are available at Weaver Street Market here in our area. We are big supporters of their food co-op.


  10. Phillip (UK) says:

    I use Nasturtiums to cover bare patches as they grow well here and I love the flowers.


  11. Great minds… I’m planning a post on nasturtiums, and am pleased to discover you like them. Good to know about the Botanical Interests seed catalog, too!


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