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nasturtium
American English: /nəˈstərʃəm/
British English: /nəˈstəːʃ(ə)m/

Translation of nasturtium in Spanish:

noun plural -s

  • capuchina (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Examples of these are ivy (the variegated types look very pretty), trailing lobelia, nasturtiums and ivy leaf geraniums.
    • These could be interspersed with edible flowers, trailing nasturtiums and orange Calendula would be musts.
    • For great foliage and color contrast, plant yellow nasturtiums around the outer rim of the planter.

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