Thursday, July 16, 2009

It's Travel Thursday--Edible Flowers in Giverny!















One of my favorite edible flowers is the nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus). These are outside a little restaurant in the quaint village of Giverny where Claude Monet lived and painted. I always thought Giverny was the name of his home. We took the train from Paris and it was a really pleasant ride. Monet's garden reminds me of ours in a very small way. Lots of herbs mixed with annuals and perennials. This is a famous view of more nasturtiums at Claude Monet's home. Wish ours were even starting to blossom. They aren't! It is finally hot and humid, but only for one day! Well, hope you are having great weather wherever you may be!

2 comments:

comfrey cottages said...

oh what a pretty nasturium bed! mine isn't blooming yet either nancy!:(

lemonverbenalady said...

I missed your comment Leslie! It is an amazing sight! The nasturtiums are finally blooming here!