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Waiters bring bowls set with chunks of crab, lily buds, wood ear mushrooms and nasturtium flowers and leaves, then pour on a rich, dark fumet bolstered with white peppercorn and black vinegar.
Halibut is seared golden, the mild, flaky flesh accented with flavor from nasturtium butter and segments of grapefruit, served with parsley-root puree, root-vegetable hash, and springy circles of halibut mousseline.
For squash bugs, plant mint, chives, garlic, onion, tansy, radishes, nasturtiums, marigolds and bee balm near and among vines of winter and summer squash.
Any mild edible flower can be substituted for the marigolds and nasturtiums.
Their interesting textures and colors are great accents to edible flowers like pansies, viola and nasturtium.
Some of the early cottage gardens included culinary and medicinal herbs such as dill, calendulas, nasturtiums, borage, basils (green and purple), etc.
In the flower garden, plant aster, celosia, cosmos, larkspur, nasturtium, nicotiana, portulaca, salvia, snapdragon, verbena and zinnia.
At the community garden, Katebi is growing kale, Swiss chard, fennel, nasturtium, borage, lemon verbena, parsley, basil and cilantro.
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Origin and Etymology of nasturtium
First Known Use: 1704See Words from the same year
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Definition of nasturtium for English Language Learners
: a plant with circular leaves and yellow, orange, or red flowers that are sometimes eaten
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