Nigella is an annual plant 30-50 cm high, strongly budding from the stem base, with delicate openwork leaves. The flowers are rather original, surrounded by an openworked green blanket of upper pinnately dissected leaves, simple or terry, red and purple flowers and shades. Blossoms from late June to August. Following the flowers, no less decorative bloated fruits appear on the shoots. Cold resistant, light-loving and drought resistant. Used in Moorish lawns, group plantings, curbs and mowing. Seed boxes are widely used to decorate winter bouquets. Sowed in May in the open ground for a permanent place, you can also sow in winter. Distance between plants 15-20 cm. Plants do not like to transplant. Prefer a sunny location, light, nutritious soil with a lot of lime. Organic Blossom, Cornflower,Petal.