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Deep Orange Nasturtiums for Fall

The sun was setting Saturday night and I was scampering around the garden, covering up a few beds in anticipation of last night’s frost. In that dim, cold light, the ‘Spitfire’ nasturtiums I’ve been growing as part of the garden … Continue reading

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‘Spitfires’ Hanging in There

The ‘Spitfire’ nasturtiums I’ve been growing this summer as part of the SeedGROW Project are long-gone from my container garden, but seem to be thriving in two in-ground gardens. In the backyard, one plant is climbing up the pergola, looking … Continue reading

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Easy Come, Easy Go

In an effort to clean out and edit some of the overgrown elements of my front garden, I cut back and moved a pot of  ‘Spitfire’ nasturtiums that I have been growing as part of the SeedGROW project. By the … Continue reading

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Pretty in Pots

The ‘Spitfire’ nasturtiums I’m growing as part of the bloggers’ Seed GROW project have really taken off in this container area near my front door. I love nasturtiums for their big showy foliage, but these also have vibrant orange blooms … Continue reading

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