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How to Grow and Use Nasturtiums

Nasturtiums are an easy to grow, edible, and medicinal plant that is great for your garden!

Favorite plants to cascade over our containers

Atrium - 1. Purslane, 2. String of Pearls, 3. Deadnettle, 4. Dwarf Morning Glory, 5. Fan Flower, 6. Pilea, 7. Calibrachoa, 8. Licorice Vine, 9. Sweet Potato Vine, 10. Bacopa, 11. Ivy, 12. Lobelia, 13. Nasturtium, 14. Nemesia, 15. Petunia, 16. Torenia, 17. Verbena, 18. Vinca, 19. Zebrina, 20. Alternanthera, 21. Creeping Jenny, 22. Moss Rose, 23. Sedum, 24. Dichondra.

Nasturtium Pesto

http://livesuperfoods.com/live-superfoods-organic-extra-virgin-olive-oil.html Nasturtium pesto. Leave the cheese out and you've got a yummy, vegan, unique pesto.

5 Cost-Effective Organic Gardening Tricks for a Rewarding Harvest

Petunias, nasturtiums, chrysanthemums, geraniums, marigolds, and dahlias can all contribute to your vegetable garden health! They help repel harmful soil and insect pests that can disturb your veggies.

Nasturtiums - A Plant You Should Have in your Garden

Why your garden needs Nasturtiums! #dan330 http://livedan330.com/2015/06/28/nasturtiums-a-plant-you-should-have-in-your-garden/

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