Tropaeolum Tricolor Bulb

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Tropaeolum tricolor is a Chilean endemic vine, so why call them ‘Bolivian Nasturtium’? This lovely climber with deep red or orangish-red flowers, enhanced with blue and yellow, produces a tuber. It reaches up to 3 m height and blooms from late winter to early summer.

Tropaeolum tricolor and T. brachyceras are more hardy. When the leaves start turning yellow, stop watering and give the plants a completely dry summer dormancy. When the leaves start turning yellow, stop watering and give the plants a completely dry summer dormancy.

Description. Tubers, like small potatoes, produce masses of slender, climbing and scrambling shoots which make a lovely soft foil of small, five fingered leaves.

Tropaeolum tricolor is a tuberous, perennial Nasturtium from Chile and Bolivia. The vine tends to grow 4 to 6 feet tall, although it can potentially get to 9 feet. The vine tends to grow 4 to 6 feet tall, although it can potentially get to 9 feet.

Details T. tricolor is a summer-dormant, tuberous, perennial climber to about 1.5m with small, light green, five- or seven-lobed leaves. The small, yellow flowers are surrounded by a showy purple-tipped, orange-red calyx with a long red or purple spur, in all about 3cm long.

Tropaeolum has masses of deep purple flowers. Small blooming-size tubers. 9225 Tropaeolum sessilifolium — SOLD OUT This lovely little Tropaeolum trails rather than climbs, and has large white to peach flowers streaked with yellow. Very lovely. 9260 Tropaeolum tricolor -SOLD OUT

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A Spring Delight – so the same bulb is male for a long time and then it changes to female.

has the spur out the back like a nasturtium has and it’s in red, black and yellow -Tropaeolum tricolor. It’s a lovely little.

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black and yellow – Tropaeolum tricolor (Tricoloured Indian Cress), it’s a lovely little.

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