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Flowers Index - Love in a Mist

Love in a Mist Info

The flower ‘Love in a Mist’ also goes by the scientific name Nigella damascena. It’s a very popular gardening flower that grows annually. This flower is native to North Africa, parts of the south of Europe and also, the south western part of Asia. In these areas, the Love in a Mist flower is seen to grow naturally in damp lands.
The flower looks as intriguing as its name sounds. It is usually found to be blue in colour, but it is also sometimes seen in purple, white or pale pink. It may have between five and twenty five sepals that are coloured. The petals of Love in a Mist are small and less noticeable. The plant, Love in a Mist, is used to get a kind of spice called black cumin.

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