Canary Creeper Nasturtium, Known as Canary Creeper Vine or Canary Bird Vine (Tropaeolum Peregrinum) exotic vine !

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Start Nasturtium seeds and grow this exotic vine that is from the Canary Islands. Known as Canary Creeper Vine or Canary Bird Vine, this beautiful and delicate vine will climb a structure. Provide a string, and it will climb a fence or porch railing nicely. The Canary Creeper flower resembles the feather wings of a canary. Nasturtium Canary Vine adds an exotic look to the landscape. Canary Creeper Nasturtium is normally treated as an annual in zone 8; however during mild years, it does winter over. As long as there is not a hard frost, Canary Creeper will

Grow as a perennial climbing vine.

Canary Creeper seeds should be soaked in water overnight to help break down the tough outer seed coat. Sow the Nasturium seeds directly outside and cover the flower seed 1/4 inch with soil. Canary Creeper care includes watering deeply, but letting the roots dry out in-between waterings. There is no need to either fertilize or deadhead the vine. The Canary Bird flowers, young leaves, and fruit are edible and, like its cousin the Nasturtium, has the same peppery taste.

Season: Perennial
USDA Zones: 9 - 10
Height: 78 - 144 inches
Bloom Season: Summer to fall
Bloom Color: Yellow
Environment: Full sun to partial shade
Soil Type: Moist, neutral to acidic, fertile well drained soil

Planting Directions
Temperature: 70F
Average Germ Time: 7 - 14 days
Light Required: No - needs darkness for germination
Depth: Cover seed 1/4 inch
Sowing Rate: 1 - 2 seeds per plant
Moisture: Keep seeds moist until germination
Plant Spacing: 36 - 48 inches

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