Nigella damascena


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Synonyms for Nigella damascena

European garden plant having finely cut leaves and white or pale blue flowers

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Love-in-a-mist (Nigella damascena) takes up virtually no room, and the hazy blue flowers popping up through other plants looks beautiful.
Nigella damascena, Love-ina-Mist, is an old cottage garden favourite that never fails to delight.
Nigella damascena, Love-ina-Mist, is a cottage garden favourite with its ferny foliage and pretty blue blooms Ratibida columnifera, commonly known as Mexican Hat, is brimming with cheerful appeal Nigella damascena, Love-ina-Mist, is a cottage garden favourite with its ferny foliage and pretty blue blooms Ratibida columnifera, commonly known as Mexican Hat, is brimming with cheerful appeal
Hardy annuals traditionally used in this way include Calendula officinalis - pot marigolds; Nigella damascena - love-in-a-mist; Limnanthes douglasii - the poached egg plant and Centaurea cyaneus - cornflowers.
drummondii), bachelor's buttons, calendulas, California desert bluebells (Phacelia campanularia), California poppies, clarkias, Johnny-jump-ups, larkspurs, love-in-a-mist (Nigella damascena), moss roses, Shirley poppies, snapdragons, sweet alyssums, and wallflowers.
It grows to 60cm and includes 14 species, including Nigella Damascena Miss Jekyll, Linum grandiflorum Rubrum, Iberis Umbellata and Silene Armeria Electra.
Early risers: Cheery tulips and daffodils will bring a breath of spring indoors while Love-In-A-Mist (Nigella damascena), top, and calendula will help fill out a flower arrangement
When all is done you can rake each area over lightly and water in officinalis - pot marigolds; Nigella damascena - love-in-a-mist; Limnanthes douglasii - the poached egg plant and Centaurea cyaneus - cornflowers.