Asked in Capers (herb)
What is the name or the evergreen shrub from which you get capers?
I always thought capers were nasturtium seeds
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Gardening
How many days it take to germinate nasturtium seeds after planted in top soil?
It takes nearly a week
What seeds that starts with a E?
Empress of India Nasturtium flower is grown from seed. Epazote is a herb that is grown from seed. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Flower Gardening
Can you collect the seeds of a nasturtium plant?
Yes. Let them mature naturally on the plant. Collect (pick) the seeds when they are full and dry. Store in a dry place and protect from freezing over the winter. Plant directly into the ground in spring. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
How does nasturtium flower adapted to insect pollination?
Is the nasturtium flower wind or insect pollinated since it is also used to repell insects . ...
Asked in Animal Life
Are animals affected by eating morning glory seeds?
Yes. Morning glory seeds are toxic to both humans and pets. Both cats and dogs react to the ingestion of these seeds. ...
Asked in Taxonomy
What is the scientific name for nasturtiums?
Nasturtium is a plant genus of the cabbage family, with five species, known as "Watercress." Nasturtium is not to be confused with Tropaeolum, a genus of perennial flowers that are commonly known by that name (there are about 80 species of Tropaeolum). Nasturtium is also sometimes confused with Rorippa, a similar genus in the cabbage family, that was, for some time, believed to be the same as Nasturtium. ...