Spectacular is the only word for the quite remarkable flowers produced in profusion on this wonderful plant from the Andes of Chile. Requires a mild climate to grow outside. You can either provide some support for it to climb up or let it hang over a … TROPAEOLUM TRICOLOR SEEDS - Plant World Seeds. Propagate 18-22°C for 2-4 weeks. Colour: Yellow/Orange, Red/Maroon. Tropaeolum tricolor is a Chilean endemic vine, so why call them 'Bolivian Nasturtium'? Keep dormant tubers dry. Seeds are available however we have found that they need to be soaked for a few days to soften the outer coating. Tuber forming. English Name(s): Bolivian Nasturtium, Nasturtium. Tropaeolum tricolor is available to order online from Avon Bulbs along with a fantastic range of Spring, Summer and Autumn flowering bulbs. Depending on the species annual Tropaeolum should be spaced at 20 cm (small), 35 cm (medium sized) or 60 to 90 cm (large Tropaeolum). Seed Catalogue No. A winter growing climber with small palmate lime-green leave that start to come into growth in September/October after being dormant all summer. Tropaeolum tricolor. Water regularly until established. Copyright © Chiltern Seeds | Registered Company No. Close, English Name(s): Bolivian Nasturtium, Nasturtium, Lighting Conditions: Full Sun, Sheltered Sun. When large enough to handle transplant to 8cm pots. Swarms of small but gorgeous red flowers, with distinctive black and yellow lips, and delicate leaves on thin twining stems. May require a frame on which to climb. After this they can be planted into a mixture of compost, loam and sharp sand. Become our friend online and keep up to date with Chiltern Seeds. A slender, twining climber, on the borderline of hardiness, it makes a beautiful plant for greenhouse or conservatory but is grown successfully out of doors in the milder parts of the country. Plant out when danger of frost has passed. The seed will benefit from scarifying, gently file the seeds then soak for 24-48 hours until swelling is noticeable. The small tubers can be divided in summer however this will take some patience as they are a little slow to multiply. This lovely climber with deep red or orangish-red flowers, enhanced with blue and yellow, produces a tuber. Lighting Conditions: Full Sun, Sheltered Sun. Tropaeolum / t r ə ˈ p iː ə l əm, t r oʊ-/, commonly known as nasturtium (/ n ə ˈ s t ɜːr ʃ əm, n æ-/; literally "nose-twister" or "nose-tweaker"), is a genus of roughly 80 species of annual and perennial herbaceous … Germination can be very slow, 2-3 months or much longer, these seeds may wait until spring until they emerge. Hardiness: Half Hardy. : 1260X. So free draining and moisture retentive. Sow seeds into a soil based compost and cover to their own depth with compost or grit. Nasturtium likes to grow in an area of the garden that is sunny. With most of the flower being the large, upturned, orange-red spur with black lips encompassing the tiny, true yellow flowers, the whole bloom has exactly the appearance of a colourful little lantern, batteries fully charged, switched on and shining! Flowers: February, March, April. Then cold stratify -4-+4°C for 4-6 weeks. Be the first to review this product: (Optional: We may use this to contact you to discuss your experience with our products). Sow indoors immediately. Please note we pack the majority of our seeds by volume so the number of seeds indicated is only an approximation. By the end of February it will have covered a small trellis and will exhibit shoals of small, quite papery and long lasting red black and yellow flowers in March and April. Tropaeolum tricolorum Posted on June 9, 2012 by stephenryan in Climbing plants, Collector Plants, herbaceous climbers This cute as a button herbaceous perennial winter growing climber always gets a … Family Name: Tropaeolaceae. Move to 5-12°C for germination. Currently no reviews for this product. It reaches up … Type: Climber. Soil Type: Chalk, Sand, Loam Ideally pot grow so can be moved into the shed during dormancy. The Nasturtium seeds should be sown at a depth of about 6mm into a slightly acidic soil, that is moist and has good drainage. Young Tropaeolum tricolor seedlings need to handled very carefully so consider planting seeds … Remove faded or dead foliage if desired. A spectacular beauty for pot, conservatory or sheltered well-drained garden. 8049771 | Design by Joshi was Janes. Our web site requires the use of cookies in order to function correctly.If you continue to use our site we will assume you will allow us to do this.Click Here to find out more about how we use cookies. Pinch out the growing tip when the plant is 7cm to encourage side shoots. Genus: Tropaeolum. Seeds are available however we have found that they need to be soaked for a few days to soften the outer coating. 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