Nigella damascena
of the Buttercup family is an annual originally from The Mediterranean area. It has a branchy stem with very finely cut leaves, blue flowers and decorative seedpods, which can be dried. This plant grows in most soils in the sun, 45 cm tall.

SOWING: Sow directly in the ground in April-May about 1 cm deep, 25 cm between the plants.

SEEDS: 450 seeds/g one portion yields at least 200 seedlings.
Miss Jekyll, ekofrö

Miss Jekyll, ekofrö