Nigella damascena, or love-in-a-mist, or devil in the bush is an annual plant with honey-giving and insect-pollinating properties. Wild is found both in Africa, Asia and Europe. Its large flowers are blue or less often white. It is used as an ornamental plant, and is also considered a medicinal plant.
Blosmi dried Nigella damascena
In the case of Nigella, not only flowers are decorative. Its fruits are also commonly used for dry bouquets. They have a spherical shape and a green-purple color. For drying, the black cumin is cut after the flower petals fall, when the bolls mature. Frayed leaves surrounding the flowers can also be an original decoration.