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Image of Nigella damascena photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Love-in-a-mist)

The airy beauty of these short-lived annuals is fleeting and ephemeral but a treat while they last. The aptly named love-in-a-mist is a spring annual native to southern Europe, western Asia and parts of North Africa. It sets copious seeds that germinate in fall, overwinter as seedlings and bloom from mid-spring to early summer. After blooming, the plants immediately die and set seed for another cycle.

The leaves of love-in-a-mist are bright green and very fine and ferny, almost feather-like....

Image of Nigella damascena

Mark A. Miller

(Love-in-a-Mist)

The airy beauty of these short-lived annuals is fleeting and ephemeral but a treat while they last. The aptly named love-in-a-mist is a spring annual native to southern Europe, western Asia and parts of North Africa. It sets copious seeds that germinate in fall, overwinter as seedlings and bloom from mid-spring to early summer. After blooming, the plants immediately die and set seed for another cycle.

The leaves of love-in-a-mist are bright green and very fine and ferny, almost feather-like....

Image of Nigella damascena

James H. Schutte

(Love-in-a-Mist)

The airy beauty of these short-lived annuals is fleeting and ephemeral but a treat while they last. The aptly named love-in-a-mist is a spring annual native to southern Europe, western Asia and parts of North Africa. It sets copious seeds that germinate in fall, overwinter as seedlings and bloom from mid-spring to early summer. After blooming, the plants immediately die and set seed for another cycle.

The leaves of love-in-a-mist are bright green and very fine and ferny, almost feather-like....

Image of Nigella damascena

James H. Schutte

(Love-in-a-Mist)

The airy beauty of these short-lived annuals is fleeting and ephemeral but a treat while they last. The aptly named love-in-a-mist is a spring annual native to southern Europe, western Asia and parts of North Africa. It sets copious seeds that germinate in fall, overwinter as seedlings and bloom from mid-spring to early summer. After blooming, the plants immediately die and set seed for another cycle.

The leaves of love-in-a-mist are bright green and very fine and ferny, almost feather-like....

Image of Nigella damascena

James H. Schutte

(Love-in-a-Mist)

The airy beauty of these short-lived annuals is fleeting and ephemeral but a treat while they last. The aptly named love-in-a-mist is a spring annual native to southern Europe, western Asia and parts of North Africa. It sets copious seeds that germinate in fall, overwinter as seedlings and bloom from mid-spring to early summer. After blooming, the plants immediately die and set seed for another cycle.

The leaves of love-in-a-mist are bright green and very fine and ferny, almost feather-like....

Image of Nigella damascena (MISS JEKYLL SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Love-in-a-Mist)

The airy beauty of these short-lived annuals is fleeting and ephemeral but a treat while they last. The aptly named love-in-a-mist is a spring annual native to southern Europe, western Asia and parts of North Africa. It sets copious seeds that germinate in fall, overwinter as seedlings and bloom from mid-spring to early summer. After blooming, the plants immediately die and set seed for another cycle.

The leaves of love-in-a-mist are bright green and very fine and ferny, almost feather-like....

(White Evening Primrose)

Fourwing evening primrose is named for the winged fruits that follow the color-changing flowers in spring and summer. A short-lived tender perennial or annual from Texas and most of Mexico, it has now naturalized widely and is often deemed a weed in many subtropical areas.

The bright green leaves are lance-shaped with a point and have uneven edges with rounded sinuses. They, as well as the stems, may or may not be covered in tiny white hairs. In warm temperatures, four-petalled white flowers arise...

Image of Papaver rhoeas photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Corn Poppy, Flanders Field Poppy, Shirley Poppy)

One of the most beautiful of all meadow wildflowers, the corn or Flanders poppy brings to mind European fields filled with red poppies gently waving in the wind. The deepest orange-red, papery blossoms appear from early to midsummer for only a short time as the plants are true annuals that quickly die after blooming and setting seed. This delicate poppy is native across Eurasia and in the far northern regions of Africa. It is a symbol of war remembrance in most English-speaking countries, made famous...

Image of Papaver rhoeas

Jesse Saylor

(American Legion Field Poppy, Corn Poppy, Field Poppy)

More than willing to sprout up across the landscape, American Legion field poppy boasts vibrant scarlet, papery-petaled blossoms across the warmth of summer. A clumping annual with tall, branching stems, it is native across Eurasia and extreme northern Africa. It is the floral emblem of the American veteran's association "The American Legion". Field poppy made famous by the poetic World World I line, "In Flanders Fields, the poppies blow, among the crosses row on row." It is the traditional lapel...

Image of Papaver somniferum photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Opium Poppy, Poppyseed Poppy)

The bold colorful flowers and fruits of this large, fast-growing annual have been treasured by gardeners since ancient times. The papery poppy flowers come in many bright shades including pink, mauve, red and white, and the ornamental, bulbous seedpods are the source of culinary poppyseeds, which are used to flavor breads and cakes. Of obscure origin, this poppy is thought to be native to the eastern Mediterranean region.

There are legal constraints regarding this garden flower....