Orange petals of nasturtium flower

Orange petals of nasturtium flower

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Caption: Nasturtium petals. Close-up of the orange petals of a nasturtium flower, Tropaeolum majus (family: Tropaeolaceae). Flowers occur from summer to late autumn. The leaves of the nasturtium can be eaten in salads and the green fruits picked as a sub- stitute for capers. The genus name comes from the latin "tropaion" (trophy) because the leaves resemble the shields that soldiers once used in battle. The nasturtium originated in Peru.

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Keywords: botany, flower, flowering, flowers, nasturtium, nasturtium flower, nature, petal, plant, plants, red, still life, still-life, tropaeolum majus, type

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