Scabiosa Black Knight Seeds

S. atropurpurea
Pincushion Flower, Blackamoor Beauty, Mournful Widow
Cold Hardy Annual
Cut Flower

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HarvestingGood for Cutting, Long Vase Life
Growing ConditionsField Crop, Grows Well in Containers
Additional CharacteristicsStart Early for Transplants, Good for Overwintering, Cold Tolerant, Easy to Grow
Flowering MonthMay, June, July, August, September, October
Garden StyleCutting / Cut Flowers, English Cottage, Heirloom & Heritage, Mourning Garden - Black Flowers, Romantic, Victorian
Lighting ConditionsFull Sun, Partial Sun
Seed TypeHeirloom, Open Pollinated
Days to Maturity100 Days
Stem TypeSingle Stem
Plant HardinessHardy
Plant Height21 - 30 inches
Plant LifecycleAnnual
Plant Moisture & ClimateWell-drained
Plant UsesCut Flower & Bouquets, Fragrant, Sustains Beneficial Insects, Patio Container Friendly
ShapeDisk
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SKU
RS8180-8566
Scabiosa Black Knight is a treasured heirloom variety that heralds back to the early 1600's in England when it was formerly known as Blackamoor Beauty and Mournful Widow, reflecting on its moody almost black burgundy color. Commonly known as Pincushion Flower for its resemblance to a sewing pincushion, honey scented flowers are disk shaped and average 2" inches wide on 24" inch tall single stems. Introduced in America in the 1760's this black beauty is a popular variety used in Gothic and Mourning gardens. A favorite among pollinators, deer resistant and hardy to zone 4, Black Knight will freely self-sow seeds if left to overwinter. Packet: 50 seeds.
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Scabiosa Black Knight is a treasured heirloom variety that heralds back to the early 1600's in England when it was formerly known as Blackamoor Beauty and Mournful Widow, reflecting on its moody almost black burgundy color. Commonly known as Pincushion Flower for its resemblance to a sewing pincushion, honey scented flowers are disk shaped and average 2" inches wide on 24" inch tall single stems. Introduced in America in the 1760's this black beauty is a popular variety used in Gothic and Mourning gardens. A favorite among pollinators, deer resistant and hardy to zone 4, Black Knight will freely self-sow seeds if left to overwinter. Packet: 50 seeds.
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