Makes me want to put it next to a dragon sculpture to really mess with folks a bit. And they are unbelievably profuse, beginning in early summer and continuing nonstop until frost in most areas. Sow nasturtium seeds thinly, at a depth of 20mm ( 3/4") in drills spaced 30cm (12") apart and cover seed with its own depth of soil. They're edible, but I forgot to try it to crest summer salads. Or as a garnish next to Dragonfruit slices That'll l be fun. They can also be started indoors 6-8 weeks before the last spring frost. Copyright 1997-2020, J&P Park Acquisitions, Inc. 12 years of breeding have gone into this splendid multicolored plant! Approximately 7 seeds per gram. And as if all this weren't enough, Phoenix also boasts a versatile habit. I am attempting to cross the phoenix with the others to get seeds. The variety is very free flowering with a unique flame shaped petal flower in a kaleidoscope range of colours both bright and pastel in crimson-red, rich gold, fiery orange, warm cream and soft peach, many brushed with burnished copper. This item Park Seed Phoenix Nasturtium Seeds, Pack of 20 Seeds. So far only 2 of the blooms look like the pictures; but all the blooms are exceptionally larger than our jewels mix nasturtium. Grew FAST like most modern Nasturtium we've tried. Phoenix is a nasturtium from seed with an exciting new "flame" or butterfly-shaped flower form. Hybrid seed are the product of cross-pollination between 2 different parent plants, resulting in a new plant/seed that is different from the parents. Do they make a garden dragon with incense mouth chamber so it smokes? Guess that's it. Vegetables Flowers Herbs Fruits Supplies Special Collections Special Collections. They bloom over and over too. It also works well trailing over the sides of containers and walls. What is ideal temperature to germinate most seeds? With that, when they ask next time, I'd say I don't know it just appeared one day in my garden. First of all, we have humidity- and temperature-controlled storage, and we never treat any of our seeds with chemicals or pesticides. Nick or soak the seeds before sowing. How do I handle/sow them? Unlike Heirloom seed, hybrid seed need to be re-purchased new every year (and not saved). The pale green, 2-7 inch diameter, round leaves are supported by petioles in their centers. Tender annuals are warm weather plants that cannot withstand any frost and prefer warm nights. HHA -- Half-hardy Annual. Many petals are brushed with mahogany near the base! ( Not all of them are like the pictures however. Free-flowering and bold! : Attracts beneficial insects Generally about 12 inches high and 14 inches wide, it will adjust a bit to fit the habit you choose for it -- lower and more trailing in baskets, higher and more compact in beds. Seeds labeled "Packed for 2020" are guaranteed to grow if planted before the end of the year (in climates that permit fall and winter growing). Seeds. Why do you use them? : Heat and/or drought tolerant Unusual split, ruffly petals give these yellow, peach, orange and red flowers a flame or butterfly effect~incredibly different and beautiful! Height: 12" to 14". The choice is yours! A rarely seen Heirloom variety dating back to 1904. Phoenix is not only a new look for the family, it's one of the easiest and most productive, too! Some nasturtiums are vining, others bushy, but Phoenix is both! The Phoenix Nasturtium Mixture. Like all Nasturtiums, Phoenix is a splendid companion to vegetables in the garden.