Here's another Alaska Fancy, not quite as robust due to more shade. In the same pot is an "edible-podded radish" (Rat-tail radish, Raphanis sativus), and it's still alive and blooming also!
This small coir-lined wall planter is rather amazing, as it contains nasturtuim 'Moongleam', Greek oregano, sweet pepper 'Pimiento De Padron', and a red malabar spinach (added mid-June).
All I did to help things along is add some "Soil Moist" crystals to help retain moisture, and everybody's happy (except the spinach, it seems to need more sun and the full season). This particular nasturtium was especially eager to trail along.....and along....and along!
This coir hanger also had some "Soil Moist", nasturtium 'Tall Singles Mix', alpine strawberry 'Ruegen', and hot pepper 'Numex Sunrise'. The pepper only produced a few small fruits (not enough sun), but the nasturtium and berries did quite well.
Similar story here-nasturtium 'Tall Singles Mix', alpine strawberry 'White Soul', and sweet pepper 'Italian Frying'. Add some "Soil Moist" and let em' go!One more planter in the theme-nasturtium 'Tall Singles Mix', alpine strawberry 'Yellow Wonder', and sweet pepper 'Sunrise Orange'. This pepper only produced one lone fruit (sun shortage again), but the berries are still going and the nasturtium was especially amazing. You see, the blooms started out solid red/orange....