- n. Plural form of nasturtium.
“To me, what's fantastic about the nasturtiums is the chance to see a piece of nature as amazing as the art in the collection," she said.”
“I thought they were called nasturtiums," said Piglet timidly, as he went on jumping.”
“Use edible perennials such as nasturtiums and pot marigolds integrated among rows of vegetables.”
“So far as I can discover, the little plunderers seldom touch the pungent 'nasturtiums' or tropsælums of our flower-gardens, even when these grow side by side with other plants on which the aphides are swarming.”
“Edible flowers such as nasturtiums or chive blossoms”
“Grow it amongst low-growing annuals like nasturtiums or dwarf zinnias for a hot, bold impact; the peppers are gorgeous and show off well as they ripen to a rich red.”
“The nasturtiums are to provide capers, and cheerfulness.”
“No one suspected the nasturtiums and dahlias were fake, nor that Cross who owns Environmentals, Inc., a wholesale nursery in Cutchogue, New York, would mix fakes with real plants.”
“This is the area, after all, where Ladybird Johnson first fell in love with wildflowers, where the country's largest commercial wildflower grower is located and where salad are just as likely to be garnished with nasturtiums as cherry tomatoes.”
“It was the mention of nasturtiums on a trendy menu recently that reminded me of Joe Baum.”
Looking for tweets for nasturtiums.