40 (50)cm, Black Cumin is an ornamental annual species from south and southwest Asia. It has pale blue to white flowers above filigree leaves. Flowers are followed by inflated capsules which contains black, aromatic bitter seeds. These are usually used roasted as a spice in various dishes in India and as a topping on a special kind of bread in Turkey and its' neighboring states. Sow after the last freezing nights in mid spring directly to the ground in the garden. VI-VIII.