Territorial Seed and are called 'Night and Day'. I also wanted to show another side shot of a nasturtium with a spur. It's the long pointy thing off the back of the flower. Insects love to hide in there. That's why I like 'Whirlybird' so well because it doesn't have a spur. I got the 'Whirlybird' from Renee's Garden Seeds. You can see a photo of 'Whirlybird' in my guest blog.
Edible Delights: 3 Nasturtium Recipes, my latest guest post and hopefully you will be growing some new varieties of nasturtium next year and some different recipes for your summer parties. Going to finally make that apple pie for our friend Jim. He turned 94 on Tuesday! Our neighbor's son turned 16 on the same day! He is driving! Look out world! Hope you are having a great day wherever you may be. The ickies and stickies are still here! Talk to you later. Only a couple more days to enter my book giveaway for my second year anniversary! Don't forget to comment!
- Lemon Verbena Fact Sheet
- Lemon Verbena Recipes
- Favorite Herbal Authors
- LVL's Favorite Poems
- List of Perennial Herbs
- A List of Annual Herbs
- A List of Tender Perennials
- A List of Edible Flowers and Ten Rules for Eating Them
- A Partial List of Nonedible or Poisonous Flowers
- Links to Guest Posts for The Herb Companion Magazine and Mother Earth Living Magazine