Nasturtium is a wildflower that is edible as a lovely decorative plant for your salads, most of you who are uncertain about natural plant checkout site for edible wild plants and flower and you find a whole lot of them. When you leave in nature, you begin to entrain with the cyclic rhythms of nature and get to know how to live a healthier lifestyle just being in nature. Mix it with rockets and whip up your favourite dressing and top it off for a light salad.
They grow wild in most places in Africa, Europe, South and North America and Asia basically everywhere.
There are all sorts of edible plants in most unlikely places in nature and even around your homes. These attractive yellow-orange blossoms are gentle to the taste, and rounded leaves of the common nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus) are a little pungent to the taste. The leaves and flowers are milder to the palate.
You can add nasturtium leaves and flowers to soups and any green salads
The plant originally from Peru was brought back to Europe back around1686. A famous Swedish botanist Carolus Linnaeus from the in the late 1700s, noted the resemblance in form between the plant’s dazzling flowers and gold.
The Roman helmets were called Tropaea often blood-stained like the colour of the Nasturtium flower. Henceforth the Latin name Tropaeolum.