Tropaeolum majus

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Tropaeolum majus

Brilliant orange frilled petals of the garden nasturtium flower stands solitary on its stem in a herb garden and looks good enough to eat.


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A close up of the Tropaeolum majus flower.

Tropaeolum majus is a species of flowering plant in the family Tropaeolaceae.

The Tropaeolum majus is also known as garden nasturtium, Indian cress, or monks cress.

With intensely bright flowers and rounded, peltate leaves with the petiole in the centre.

The flowers have five petals, eight stamens, and a funnel-shaped nectar spur at the reae.

Tropaeolum majus flowers vary from yellow to orange to red, frilled and often darker at the base of the petals.

The flower is edible and can be used as an ornamental salad ingredient and have a spicy, peppery flavour.

More Information
Style Color
Format Portrait
Colors Orange
Depth of Field Shallow
Lighting Natural
Technique Macro photography
Composition Shallow depth of field
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