Origin of nasturtium
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The flowers, buds, and leaves of nasturtium plants are all safe to eat, and they have a peppery bite that sets them apart from other edible blooms.
If the bright orange flowers with darker orange and red streaks in the centers don’t tip you off, nasturtium also has distinctive leaves.
In this course pretty nearly everything will be pickled, down to nasturtium buds and radish pods.The Women of Tomorrow|William Hard
Then there is a salmon salad encircled by water cress or nasturtium leaves, and at intervals, dainty mounds of potato salad.Suppers|Paul Pierce
Some persons have had their skin inflamed by handling the garden nasturtium.
The nasturtium bloomed early in the month—first a red one then a yellow one, then a lot of red and yellow ones.A Little Garden Calendar for Boys and Girls|Albert Bigelow Paine
Drenched were the cold fuchsias, round pearls of dew lay on the flat nasturtium leaves.The Garden Party|Katherine Mansfield