Part of speech: noun

A flowering plant of the geranium family.

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Usage examples "nasturtium":

  1. " Dicky always says that when the Jack- in- the- Pulpit stops preaching he jumps on the back of a frog and takes a nasturtium leaf for a shield and hops forth to look for adventures," said Roger, to whom Dicky confided many of his ideas when they were working together in the garden. - "Ethel Morton's Enterprise", Mabell S.C. Smith.
  2. The first of these was Soleil d'Or, a large, full, flat flower, varying from gold and orange yellow to reddish gold shaded with nasturtium red. - "Roses and Rose Growing", Rose Georgina Kingsley.
  3. Guillot, 1897. Nasturtium- red, shaded to crimson and rose. - "Roses and Rose Growing", Rose Georgina Kingsley.