Love In A Mist

(Nigella damascena) Love-In-A-Mist is an annual member of the buttercup family. In its native range the plants grow as a wildflower along roadsides, in abandoned fields and in wastelands and rocky areas. The unique balloon-like inflorescence and brilliant blooms make this a favorite for the cut flower garden or landscape. The fluffy, peek-a-boo flowers and intriguing seed pods create a unique visual effect in the garden, complementing broader-leafed plants in the bed. Sow indoors 4 to 6 weeks before the last frost or direct seed after the last chance of frost has passed. Succession plant every 3 weeks throughout the summer for a longer season of blooms. Surface sow seeds and cover with a thin layer of soil. Ideal germination temperature is 60-65 F. 10-14 days to germination. Space plants 6-8 inches apart. Love-In-A-Mist prefers full sun but is not picky about soil type so long as it is well draining.

 

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