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  4. Shawna Fetzer
    August 13, 2013 @ 10:54 pm

    Well, I knew nothing. I saw these seed pods, ripe and chock full and a passerby was nice enough to tell me what they were. I put a few seeds (used in cookery as “black cumin” with a pleasant slight onion flavor) and didn’t expect anything until Spring. Every seed came up, and some are growing the first “true leaves.” I put them in a 4″ terra cotta-obviously they aren’t going to stay in there! Can these even be grown in a container? I have no option here-no yard. If they dislike transplanting, maybe once they have first “true leaves” I should put them in a large pot? Question is-how large, and they were sown in a mix of about 1/2 peat moss and 1/2 potting soil, the kind that is not enriched with fertizer aside from compost. Should I use the same mixture when I put them in their home? I haven’t a clue what color these will be. Rather exciting.
    I live in USDA zone 10b, sunset zone 17, and winters are pretty mild. Thanks for any advice! I’m am pretty excited!

    • Ben
      August 16, 2013 @ 8:24 pm

      they x pollinate easily so may be any colour…don’t make soil too rich…a pot will be fine. :) Have fun!

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  6. Ailsa Poll
    August 31, 2011 @ 10:42 am

    I *love* Nigella – I only planted them once and they come back year after year. The curious thing is that, try as I might, I can’t get the blue ones to survive in my windswept Cornish garden. I guess I’ll just have to accept it; the white is so beautiful anyway.

    • Ben
      August 31, 2011 @ 6:21 pm

      Oh to live in Cornwall…even without Blue Nigella…;) Thanks Ailsa.

  7. Carol Jones
    August 31, 2011 @ 7:29 am

    What a lovely flower, a new discovery – thank you!

    • Ben
      August 31, 2011 @ 6:21 pm

      Always pleased to be of assistance Carol. :)

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