Annual. Blooms spring to fall frost. 10" - 12" tall,
5' - 6' vines. Full sun to shade. 2"- 2 1/2" bright shades of scarlet, gold, orange, and yellow. A charming climber that you can eat! Every salad should have edible Nasturtium and Viola flowers! Nasturtium flowers and leaves taste peppery like watercress. 'Tall Climbing Single' is an excellent vine for fences, trellises, hanging baskets, or as a ground cover. Never pamper your Nasturtiums with excess fertilizer - excess fertilizer will cause lots of green leaves and no blooms. They flower best in average garden soil with loose, light texture. Remove spent flowers to prolong blooming. Perennial in frost-free tropical climates. 'Nasturtium' comes from the Latin name for 'nose-twister', a reference to its peppery fragrance. Brighten up your vegetable garden with Nasturtiums - they deter whiteflies and squash bugs.