I bought seeds for this extra flower and hope they are as nice. Take care, Jen
That is a really pretty blue Judith. I've never had that plant before. Beautiful photo!
YOu are such a smart gardener - sure wish you lived close to me so some of your knowledge would rub off!That's gorgeous, Judith.
It is hard to find a true blue flower--this one is beautiful!
Is this a cornflower, that's what I have always called them, when I was a kid someone told me that was what they were known as. Merle.........
helloj' ai la rose " Gertrude Jekyllelle est superbe et elle sentsuper bon je ne savais pas qu'il existait des Nigelles c' est une très jolie fleur d' un bleu porcelaine à bientôtedith
Very pretty bloom. That foliage is so tiny that it's surprising the size of that bloom.Cher Sunray Gardens
That looks wonderful. I love the light blue colour. I've got some in a wildflower mix I put next to the garage fence. I will have to see if they come up.Have a great weekend.
Oh it is a beautiful flower with an intricate petal pattern for sure. Blue flowers are a challenge to come by.
Hi, JudithThis is a very pretty flower! I am thinking whether I have seen this flower here in japan in person before? May be not.Have a good weekend,Tomoko
Nigella is one of my favorites too! I love the flowers as well as the seed pods.Hugs, Beth
I used to have a lovely patch of Nigella but not for a couple of years. I love their whispy look. Must look for some seeds. Valerie
Lovely photo! I love nigellas and grew them at our former cottage.
What a lovely flower. I don't think I've heard of it before. It's beautiful!
I've never seen that flower before..it's beautiful
Beautiful! I don't think I've ever seen this flower before.
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