The sociable nasturtium
- Nasturtiums: Incredible edible ornamentals! Damsker, Matt // Organic Gardening (08973792);Apr93, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p60
Offers suggestions on how to brighten your garden and delight your palate with nasturtiums, colorful gourmet annuals. Distinctive peppery fragrance; Zingy watercressy taste; Wild, tame, mixed or single; Basket cases; Beneficial garden plants; Varieties; Books on the topic; Sources for more...
- 10 GREEN BOTTLES. Shepard, Anna // Ecologist;Jul2009, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p64
A recipe for nasturtium vinegar is presented, noting its uses as a salad dressing or meat marinade.
- The flowers that wouldn't, and then did they ever. Shaff, Anna // Christian Science Monitor;7/19/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 164, p23
Presents reflections on the author's experiences in growing nasturtiums, and how once the flowers were allowed to spread, they bloomed in profusion.
- PETAL POWER. KNAUER, IAN // Town & Country;Sep2011, Vol. 165, p156
The article offers information on some edible flowers includes nasturtiums, pansies, bachelor's buttons, dianthuses, eyeball flowers, calendulas, and flowering thyme.
- nasturzium:. Schlegel, Rolf H. J. // Encyclopedic Dictionary of Plant Breeding & Related Subjects;2003, p476
The article presents an encyclopedia entry for nasturzium or Tropaeolum majus, a member of Tropaeolcae.
- A controversy blooms. Andreae, Christopher // Christian Science Monitor;9/2/98, Vol. 90 Issue 196, p9
Comments on the benefits of nasturtiums in gardens. Claims that nasturtiums attract and hold aphids; The gardener acquaintance of the author's who uses nasturtiums to keep people out of his plot.
- Grow an edible bouquet. Barth, Gillian // This Old House;May2012, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p26
The article offers information on how to cultivate several kinds of edible flowers including nasturtium, lavender, and portulaca.
- Spicy nasturtiums. Wing, Lucy // Country Living;Aug97, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p152
Presents information on nasturtiums and healthy recipes that use its flowers and leaves as the main ingredients. Description of the flowers and leaves and their tastes; Ways to prepare the flowers and leaves for cooking; Fresh corn muffins with nasturtium cheese spread; Nasturtium, mozzarella,...
- from the editor. SHINN, MEGHAN // Horticulture;May/Jun2012, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p5
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor talks about the articles published within the issue including one about the plants nasturtiums and Johnny jump-ups, the gardens cultivated by first and third graders at Cincinnati's Monfort Heights Elementary School, and an article...