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  1. mmtread says:

    Nasturtiums? Beautiful AND delicious. An all time favorite.

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    1. Linda says:

      Haha.. just like I don’t know which is the calendula, I don’t know which are nasturtiums, either. 🙂 They’re all beautiful to me, though!

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      1. mmtread says:

        Really, you’ve never eaten nasturtiums? Plant a little patch somewhere. They’re lovely, take absolutely no care, and both the leaves and blossoms are edible. They have a peppery bite similar to some varieties of arugula, and the blossoms look fantastic in summer salads.

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        1. Linda says:

          Hm.. I honestly don’t think I’ve ever eaten nasturtiums. But I would! Our yard is covered by the shade of an oak tree, making my attempts at growing flowers and, well, pretty much anything, a failure. I’d be willing to try nasturtiums, if they can handle shade! They sound delicious!

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  2. Amy says:

    Love these beautiful orange flowers 🙂

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    1. Linda says:

      Thanks, Amy. Have a great weekend!

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  3. calendula is one of my favorite flowers! it smells so wonderfully weirdly and comfortingly 🙂

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    1. Linda says:

      Ok, which one is calendula? I love calendula oil, and use it often for sore muscles and such, but I have no idea what the flower looks like. 🙂

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