An unusually beautiful Nigella with large, half-full flowers. The flowers can be used in summer bouquets and as everlasting flowers in drying bouquets. The plant is easy to grow and can withstand drought. To prolong the flowering time and to prevent self-seeding, the plant can be pruned. Can be sown directly at the growing site from mid-March to May. Attracts insects.
Number of seeds: approx. 50 seeds
Sowing: Sown in the open from mid-March at a depth of approx. 3 mm.
Flowering: June- October
About sowing summer flowers- here you can read more about sowing