A common flowering plant, nasturtium is grown both for decoration and for food, since its leaves, petals and buds are all edible. The leaves and petals of the nasturtium are similar to watercress and are used in the same way – usually chopped, raw in salads. The buds and seeds, when young, are often pickled in vinegar and used to flavour sauces and as garnishes.

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