Nasturtium is one of the most recognizable flowering plants, belonging to the (Tropaeolum) genus and the (Tropaeolaceae) family. The flowers are intensely bright in color with a five petal flower head and rounded shield-like leaves. Nasturtium plants are easy to grow and versatile in their uses, from keeping garden pests away, medicinal uses and a unique food staple. These herbaceous flowering plants belong to a genus of roughly eighty species of annual and perennial plants. The photos below are of an annual variety.
A Bright Orange Nasturtium Flower (Tropaeolum), Growing In The Flower Garden During The Late Summer
One Orange And One Yellow Nasturtium Flower (Tropaeolum)
A Single Yellow Nasturtium Flower (Tropaeolum), Surrounded By Green Leaves
A Yellow And Orange Nasturtium Perennial Flower (Tropaeolum), On A Sunny Day In September
A Single Yellow Nasturtium Bloom (Tropaeolum), With Red Detail On Its Petals
A Yellow and Orange Naturtium Flower (Tropaeolum), With Rain Drops On Its Petals After A Late Afternoon Rain Shower