What a stunning flower. I have never seen one of those before. Thanks for linking up :-)
No probs Bree. It is very stunning.
Wow, what is this flower called? Great photos!!
It's Nigella(Love in a mist). It gets balloony type dry pods and drops seed everywhere, it comes up every year.
I've never seen that but oh so pretty!
Alicia, you really have a way of getting me to stop and LOOK! I need that, thanks!
no worries Rachel, they are very eye catching.
Wow - absolutely gorgeous. Thank you so much for brightening up my day....and for your lovely comment on my blog :) Good luck with the giveawayKaren @ Sugarbird
Thanks Karen, the calendar is wonderful. Lucky the person who wins that.
Just so bright and beautiful .
wow what lovely flowers!!
Wow what a beautiful flower!
You learn something new every day. I had no idea nigella was a flower. I thought she was a gorgeous looking Pommie cook with her own TV show ;-)
She would be the one named after the flower probably ;)
Oh, my! These are stunning! Just gorgeous!!!
Beautiful! I love it's quirkiness xx
What stunning photos. I love how close you got in showing all that detail
They look quite spiky, but the leaves are ferny and feathery. Very pretty in the garden.
Oh wow what a gorgeous flower!!!!
Love it the flower and that blue- mine have all just popped and turned into pods. You might have seen them in full bloom on my FB header ;)
I have seen them on your header. They are good value, coming up free from seed and looking all pretty in the garden. Mine are still flowering, no pods yet. I thought I had a pink one once, but haven't noticed it come up this year.
Beautiful photos Alicia - stunning!
I love blue flowers. These are gorgeous
Every week you put these gorgeous flowers here! I'm just amazed by your garden!
Beautiful flower, and lovely shots.
One of my very favorite flowers! We have both blue and pink nigella. They self-seed prolifically which in the case of nigella, is a very good thing!
wow!!! that is absolutely gorgeous! I think I might add it to my seed order! Thanks for linking in today...I hope you will again and again! I have shared this post on the tootsie time facebook page!
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