Definition of Garden nasturtium

1. Noun. Strong-growing annual climber having large flowers of all shades of orange from orange-red to yellowish orange and seeds that are pickled and used like capers.

Exact synonyms: Indian Cress, Tropaeolum Majus
Generic synonyms: Nasturtium



Lexicographical Neighbors of Garden Nasturtium

garden chair
garden city
garden cress
garden current
garden dormouse
garden egg
garden forget-me-not
garden gnome
garden gnomes
garden heliotrope
garden hose
garden huckleberry
garden leave
garden lettuce
garden loosestrife
garden nasturtium (current term)
garden office
garden orache
garden party
garden path
garden path sentence
garden path sentences
garden paths
garden pea
garden pea plant
garden pepper cress
garden pink
garden plant
garden rake
garden rhubarb

Literary usage of Garden nasturtium

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Outlines of Lessons in Botany: For the Use of Teachers, Or Mothers Studying by Jane Hancox Newell (1892)
"... damp soil, however, it will often succeed in wriggling itself partially underground. garden nasturtium ..."

2. Nature Study in Elementary Schools, First Reader by Lucy Langdon Williams Wilson (1901)
"My name is the garden nasturtium. The insects visit me, for I have a great deal of honey. It is hidden in this long spur. Taste it. ..."

3. My Own Garden, Or, The Young Gardener's Year Book by Jane Loudon (1855)
"The annual plants called the garden nasturtium are very ornamental, ... The seeds of the garden Nasturtium when gathered young are also eaten when pickled, ..."

4. Nature Study in Elementary Schools: A Manual for Teachers by Lucy Langdon Williams Wilson (1897)
"garden nasturtium. The calyx is made up of five parts, united into one, while the five petals are separate. There are eight stamens, which in the bud are ..."

5. Ladies' Flower-garden of Ornamental Greenouse Plants / by by Loundon (Jane) (1848)
"The flowers are of a flame colour, and at first sight look a good deal like those of the smaller garden Nasturtium ; but when closely examined, ..."

6. The American Cyclopædia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1875)
"... lobed with a single style, and in fruit forming three fleshy separate carpels. The common garden nasturtium (T. ..."

7. Outlines of Lessons in Botany: For the Use of Teachers, Or Mothers Studying by Jane Hancox Newell (1892)
"... damp soil, however, it will often succeed in wriggling itself partially underground. garden nasturtium ..."

8. Nature Study in Elementary Schools, First Reader by Lucy Langdon Williams Wilson (1901)
"My name is the garden nasturtium. The insects visit me, for I have a great deal of honey. It is hidden in this long spur. Taste it. ..."

9. My Own Garden, Or, The Young Gardener's Year Book by Jane Loudon (1855)
"The annual plants called the garden nasturtium are very ornamental, ... The seeds of the garden Nasturtium when gathered young are also eaten when pickled, ..."

10. Nature Study in Elementary Schools: A Manual for Teachers by Lucy Langdon Williams Wilson (1897)
"garden nasturtium. The calyx is made up of five parts, united into one, while the five petals are separate. There are eight stamens, which in the bud are ..."

11. Ladies' Flower-garden of Ornamental Greenouse Plants / by by Loundon (Jane) (1848)
"The flowers are of a flame colour, and at first sight look a good deal like those of the smaller garden Nasturtium ; but when closely examined, ..."

12. The American Cyclopædia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1875)
"... lobed with a single style, and in fruit forming three fleshy separate carpels. The common garden nasturtium (T. ..."

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