Nasturtium is grown mostly for their beautiful, assorted color flowers. I’ve seen mostly yellow and orange sometimes pink but I have never seen a deep red mahogany color until now. I bought the seeds from a nursery and immediately sowed them. I placed them in a hanging planter hoping to see flowers trailing when it does flower and I can’t help but smile when I see the hanging planter now brimming with mahogany colored flowers. The flowers are actually edible so that’s a plus. It has a peppery flavor just like its cousin watercress. It would look so pretty in salads. Just remember not to spray anything on your flowers if you decide to eat it.

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