Friday, June 24, 2016


The Nasturtiums in the back garden are blooming and will be great to add to meals here. Nasturtiums have plenty of vitamins A, C, and D besides iron; which help the tender leaves act as antibiotics and the flower phenols prevent cardiovascular disease and cancer. They have a peppery taste, originate from Peru and grow easily in dry conditions. It's great to see this garden growing flowers instead of weeds now. 

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