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?


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Answer from NGA
May 1, 2001

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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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