This plant has several names, including "Love in a Mist" and "Devil in the Bush." Nigella has very delicate, intricate flowers with feather-like foliage. While it self-seeds easily, this plant does not grow well in high heat.
These stunning flowers with papery thin petals are a great addition to any garden. They produce a large seed pod that allows them to grow back year after year, despite being annuals.
While many plants in this list are quite tall or have long stems, Forget-Me-Nots are the opposite. These small, blue, dainty flowers form a carpet of blossoms in the spring. These are best kept in a damp, shady area with rich soil.
These intense blue and purple flowers might look a little scary close-up, but they are highly attractive to bees. Add the fact that they're self-seeding, so you only need to plant them once, and you're on your way to a beautiful bee-friendly garden.