Planting Nasturtiums In Alaska - Knowledgebase Question

Fairbanks, AK
Question by jeanine8
May 1, 2001
I know that nasturtiums are able to stand cooler climates,
but I wanted to know if they could be started in the ground here in Alaska?

Answer from NGA
May 1, 2001


You should be able to directly sow them as they germinate fairly easily. They take about 8-14 days to germinate in 65 - 70 degrees F.

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