Nasturtium is an odd plant. It does better in bad soil
If you fertilize or have good soil, your Nasturtium will not produce as many flowers
Plant in an area that gets plenty of sun
Plant 1/2" deep and 10-12" apart Nasturtiums can spread out as they grow Nasturtiums take 10-12 days to germinate - to speed up this process, scratch the outer covering of the seed (scarification) and soak the seeds in warm water overnight
Water consistently & ensure the soil does not fully dry out If planting in containers, you may need to trim them back a few times over the season
Common pests: flea beetles, aphids, slugs, and caterpillars
Special note: Nasturtium flowers are edible!