(Nigella sativa) Annual in the Ranunculus Family, native to the South and Southwest Asia. Also known as “Black Cumin”, for its pungent bitter seeds used in various Middle Eastern cuisines. 8-18” tall. Highly ornamental flowers and seedpods. Drought-tolerant once established.
Planting suggestions: Average garden soil sufficient; prefers dryish conditions. Full sun to part sun. Direct-sow in garden around the Final Frost. Thin to 6” spacing. Harvest seeds when pods are dry by tapping pods into bowl; pods have holes on top like salt-shakers. Self-sows enthusiastically; plant where you don’t mind having Love-in-the-Mist forever.
Contains 50 seeds