Tropaeolum majus (Garden Nasturtium) is an annual climber that will scramble over the ground or up support. The stems grow up to 6 feet…
Tropaeolum, commonly known as Nasturtium, is a genus of roughly 80 species of annual and perennial herbaceous flowering plants. It was named by Carl Linnaeus in his book Species Plantarum, and is the only genus in the family Tropaeolaceae. The genus Tropaeolum is native to South and Central America.
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Tropaeolum incisum (Nasturtium) is a perennial herbaceous plant with flaring petals in shades of yellow and peach when still in bud, and…