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Pale blue is the most common color for love-in-a-mist blooms, but some cultivars produce white, rose, or yellow flowers.
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"Nigella" in the plant's scientific name comes from the Latin word "niger," which means "black" and refers to its coal-colored seeds.
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‘Miss Jekyll’ love-in-a-mist is just one of 30 unique plants that Gertrude Jekyll refined and bred.
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