Categories Closerie Falaiseau Flowers and gardens Walls Autumn Nasturtiums – Capucines d'automne Post author By avril Post date October 19, 2014 5 Comments on Autumn Nasturtiums – Capucines d'automne This year ,for the first time, I grew climbing nasturiums on one of our garden walls. I love the results! Cette année, pour la première fois, nous avons fait pousser des capucines grimpantes sur un mur du jardin. J’adore le résultat ! Tags nasturtiums in autumn ← The Hanging Bike – Le vélo suspendu → Chocolate shoes and bags – Des chaussures et sacs en chocolat 5 replies on “Autumn Nasturtiums – Capucines d'automne” I do too! Dramatically beautiful. Boy are they pretty! Have you seen the perennial nasturtium, which is also a climber? The flowers and leaves aren’t so big, but it is still a nice plant. I wonder if these ones are a hybrid of the annual and the perennial. @ Helen and William – thank you! @ Susan – I didn’t know they existed although I did have some nasturiums that reappeared this year in spring; I’ll have to check what they are. Those are beautiful ! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.