This blossoming babe is called a black adder "sooty" flower. "These black beauties are super easy to grow from seed. They come from the Carnation family, but in miniature form. As you can see, mine is just now starting to blossom, but soon the entire cluster will be exploding with these little black blooms!"
"This sweet little girl has been teasing me every morning while I patiently wait for her glorious arrival here in my black plant garden! She's a special type of Bearded Iris called "Hello, Darkness" — appropriately named since her species of Iris far surpasses all other dark Iris in the sheer degree of her black color."
"Just a few more days before she's in full bloom! Don't worry, I'll definitely share with you guys once she finally comes out to play!"
And how about an ACTUAL black poppy? "This fragile flower is made up of just a few tissue-thin petals, and bloom for only a few days. But worth every minute."
As Von D captioned the photo of this black-hearted sunflower, #natureisrad.
Hell yeah it is.
And what would spring be without a black hyacinth? Especially one called — not even kidding — "Dark Dimension"?
"This sturdy little star is about to sprout straight into the sky, yielding a stock of thick, black trumpets. Once in bloom, this plant is a favourite of butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds!"
This black hyacinth finally bloomed — and as predicted, it's a showstopper.
But that's not all. According to Kat, her black garden also contains "black sunflowers, tulips, petunias, pansies, calla lilies, columbine, cosmos, desert roses, pennies, coleus, carnations, dahlias, morning glories, nasturtium, holly hocks, peony, elephant ears, green/black wizards and more — all of which are about to bloom!"
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