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Nasturtium

Description

All parts of the plant are edible, with the flower being the most frequently consumed part. A slightly peppery taste.

Growth

To height of 10-12”

Light

Full-partial sun

Hardiness

Annual

Uses

Culinary

Suggestions

Flowers often used in salads. Often used in stir-fry. Unripe seedpods can be harvested and pickled with hot vinegar, to produce a condiment and garnish. Edible underground tubers.

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