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Cow parsley is long finished and the Bishop flower has replaced her. Grown from seed, Bishop flower is pushing 6ft tall and is a wafty, wavy, lacy kind of flower.

Ammi majus

Great as a filler flower in an arrangement or on her own like here. These seeds were sown in the Autumn, in the ground where they now grow. Easy.

Ammi majus in apothecary jar

Sat beside the Bishop in a mist of her own is Nigella.

Nigella Love in a mist

A jewel of a flower with whiskers, Nigella is all around my border. Some have self sown, some I sowed in the autumn. The intensity of the blues are like shades of denim, inky blues.

These are my garden flowers for this week. Joining our host Cathy and bloggers from around the globe.

The rain finally fell. More is promised. Have a great week wherever you are and thanks for reading.D.