My bad. 'nuff said.
Renee's Garden are flowering and some of them are beginning to trail.
The first pic is of one growing in a large pot along with some rather sad Turnera subulata, but the leaves compliment each other nicely.
The flower color is what I consider to be "traditional" nasturtium orange, not the scarlet-orange of the description, which is a bit disappointing. (I love yellows, such as Whirlybird Cream, and deep reds, like Cobra, which also has grey/green leaves.) Perhaps Spitfire will get redder as she grows.
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