|Developing seeds take on a reddish cast |
Loaded with sky-blue flowers for weeks in summer, this annual adds a cheerful note to unexpected corners of our garden - it self-seeds here and there, no doubt aided by the fact that the seeds cling to fabric (usually taking a ride on socks).
||self-seeds in our garden
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Anita Long||Apr 27, 2008||Beautiful, delicate flowers.So cute in arrangements! |
|maria p||Dec 12, 2010||beautiful flowers indeed, i have them growing in a few spots in my garden with yellows - very pretty.
do you know where the name 'amabile' comes from?|
'Amabilis' is Latin for lovely, or lovable. It's hard to disagree :-)
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