Wordless Wednesday Nasturtium Reprise August 21, 2019 Laurie Graves 33 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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It’s no wonder this flower’s used so often in decoration. They are so lovely, and that last photo’s especially so.
They are taking over! 🙂
Oh, my gosh! They sure are.
What a lovely surprise Laurie, such a pretty flower! xxx
And my how they grow!
I love nasturtiums.
They are quite something. Never thought they would be so prolific.
Lovely and they should keep the aphids off your roses too 🌹
No roses here in the woods. 😉
Well, if you did have them, they wouldn’t have any aphids 😁
Those are the happiest nasturtiums I have ever seen. some of them would be going into salads if they were near me, but isn’t the scent of them just lovely?
We marvel at them as they take over the garden and patio.
I love nasturtiums, and they remind me of my childhood, my mother who was just a natural gardener, (everything grew for her) always had nasturtiums in the garden.
All over the world!
Lovely, especially the bejewelled one
I grow them here on occasion. They are most beautiful (and delicious) plants!
And boy, do they ever take over.
Lovely. I remember how surprised I was when restaurants first started putting them in salads. Maybe in the early 1970s?
Somehow, I can’t bring myself to eat those lovelies.
Beautiful summer moments!🙂
i can never seem to grow these
I love Nasturtiums, especially ‘Empress of India’, but yours are doing much better than mine.
A rare occasion when plants do better in my garden than they do in yours. 😉
Your soil is too good for them Laurie – it encourages loads of leafy growth. We grew them on inhospitable clay at the Ecocentre and they were one of the few things to flourish.
Agree that they taste good too! 🙂
Could be the case!
They are beautiful but they can be quite surprising to grow. I tried them in my tiny front garden, went on holiday then came back up the street thinking ‘Whose is that garden overflowing with all that greenery?’ to gradually realise it was mine.
This made me laugh! Those nasturtiums.
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