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Nigella – Love-in-a-Mist (Organic)£2.34 Add to basket
Nigella – Love-in-a-Mist (Organic)
Pale blue, pink and white flowers on upright, bushy plants with feathery foliage. Nigella flowers or ‘love-in-a-mist’ are a popular and traditional cottage garden flower. The blue, pink and white solitary flowers appear to sit on a bed of ‘misty’ foliage, hence the common name. The plants get about 50cm high and the blossom is followed by a decorative, inflated seed capsule that also makes a nice addition to cut flower arrangements.
(Approximate seed count – 200)£2.34
Nigella – African Bride (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***£2.25 Add to basket
Nigella – African Bride (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***
White petals with contrasting dark maroon spidery centres borne on delicate green foliage. We totally love this variety and regularly had to stop and admire it as we walked past it in the field. It’s a really prolific producer of some of the most elegant blooms we have ever grown.
The flowers have a great vase life and develop into striking dark ornamental seed pods after the petals have dropped.
(Approximate seed count – 200)£2.25
Nigella – Midnight (Organic)£2.25 Add to basket
Nigella – Midnight (Organic)
Rich dark purple flowers with spidery seed pods. This is a striking variety of nigella ideal for florestry due to its deep colours and quirky seed pods, which can be used both fresh and dried.
(Approximate seed count – 250)£2.25
Nigella – Miss Jekyll (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***£2.35 Add to basket
Nigella – Miss Jekyll (Organic) ***NEW FOR 2024***
Pale blue mostly double flowers, sit atop a misty spray of delicate green foliage. A delightful sight in any garden or allotment and an excellent crop for attracting beneficial pollinators into your space. ‘Miss Jekylls’ captivating blooms are perfection in borders for cut flower arrangements and after the pods swell and dry the edible seeds can be harvested utilising the attractive seed head for dry flower crafts.
This delightful annual has stood the test of time amongst garden designers, its is after all named after one of the greatest female garden designers of the 19th century whose influence is still very much alive in modern garden design today.
(Approximate seed count – 200)£2.35
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