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Borage, marigold, nasturtium and chamomile will be some of the edible flowers planted with the vegetables.
Top with a few edible flower petals, such as pansies, nasturtiums or chive blossoms, and your nectarine Caprese salad is ready to serve.
Locally grown and foraged ingredients sourced from within a 40-mile radius take center stage as diners are treated to wild foods such as ramps and garden nasturtium.
Nasturtium leaves also exhibit this; in fact marsh pennywort foliage looks quite like nasturtium.
Stewart also used the nasturtium to make an oil that will be a component in one of her cocktails.
Plant seeds or transplants of onion or garlic chives, nasturtiums, basil, cilantro, parsley, dill, hyssop and perilla. •
One set of baskets is growing nasturtiums, an edible plant that does double duty beautifying the space.
A wavy border of Monterey cypress throws shade onto a Woodland Garden of Nevin’s Wooly Sunflower, creeping Chilean rock purslane and nasturtium in shades of orange and red.
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Origin and Etymology of nasturtium
First Known Use: 1704See Words from the same year
NASTURTIUM Defined for English Language Learners
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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