Nasturtium Vesuvius

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Grown first in kitchen gardens young leaves buds and flowers were picked for salads. (Buds were also pickled like capers.) By the late 1800s breeders had developed many dwarf forms in a wide range of colors and they became popular in bedding designs. Cottage gardeners often preferred the rambling old-fashioned types letting them climb through other vines and spill over fences and trellises. Compact 12″ plants. Dark blue-green leaves salmon blooms....

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