Nasturtium officinale First cultivated in 1808 in England but growing wild for long before that. It is a delicious and very healthy green having such high Vitamin C content that it was once touted as a remedy for scurvy. Fresh in salads or cooked in soup or made into pesto. This is a very versatile green. Grow preferably by running water.; but at least in damp soil. Perfect for hydroponic systems. Heirloom. 300 seeds.