This variety will grow well in most regions of the United States but could benefit from partial shade in the South.
(Scabiosa atropurpurea) These stunning, dark-maroon flowers have enchanted gardeners (and bees and butterflies) since the early 1600s in England, when the variety was called ??Blackamoor??s Beauty?? and ??Mournful Widow.?? The honey-scented flowers have blooms that measure from 1?-2.5" and resemble a dark-satin pincushion with white-tipped pins. The versatile variety works well in both borders and garden beds, and its long stems make it ideal for fresh cutting.
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