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Canary Bird Vine, Tropaeolum peregrinum

Canary Creeper is a sweet vine with fringed yellow blooms that look like tiny birds. The scalloped foliage is neat and tidy. This fast-growing climber will cover a fence in a couple of months.

A member of the Nasturtium family, Canary Bird Vine is super easy to grow. It's perennial in zones 9-10 and a fine annual anywhere. Plant it near to something to climb on and give it some water. That's it. It looks right at home in any cottage garden and is especially appealing to children.

The flowers have a zippy taste and are neat sprinkled on summer salads.

These seeds are difficult to germinate. Why? They're a nasturtium! We're trying to find the secret. Your input is desired. Our best method: Soak seeds in warm water overnight, sow no more than 1/4 inch deep. Cover with plastic wrap and a rubber band to keep in heat and moisture. Place in a warm, sunny spot, keeping soil consistently moist, but not soaking wet.

10 seeds.

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