A fast-growing Climber, related to Nasturtiums, with exotic lobed leaves and an abundance of yellow frilled flowers. Plants climb up to 3m in one season and spread over 1m across. The lovely frilled flowers come out from June to September/October. Great plants for a fence or wall or for climbing through shrubs or other climbers. They look good in hanging baskets.
The Canary Creeper grows best in a sunny spot and not-too-rich well-drained soil.
Pack of 20 seeds. Sow indoors in spring and plant out after the last frost. Seeds can be direct sown in late May, but only in a warm spring, otherwise they do better starting earlier indoors. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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