Tropaeolum notes

clayton3120 clayton3120
Fri, 10 May 2013 08:26:56 PDT
Your list of Tropaeolums  are interesting,  T. beuthii is just finishing
here. Have you raised it, and if so, how do you overwinter it in your
Rick K

On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 8:04 AM, Nhu Nguyen <> wrote:

> Jane,
> Interestingly, this year I am also getting a few seeds of T. bicolor. The
> vine usually withers before the seeds mature so we'll see.
> I like growing Tropaeolum tuberosum and last year it dropped some seeds. A
> few weeks ago I was digging around preparing the bed for this year's
> planting and found some seedlings. It's a really interesting plant with
> nice flowers if you have the climate to grow it.
> Does anyone grow Tropaeolum speciosum? I love this species but I have not
> come across any seeds for sale/trade. When I was in Scotland, they were
> growing all over, even in someone's abandon front yard.
> Nhu
> On May 8, 2013 11:17 AM, "Jane McGary" <> wrote:
> > The flowering season of the small Tropaeolum species I grow is coming
> > to an end. I had never obtained seed from Tropaeolum tricolor before,
> >
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