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scabiosa

(skā′bē-ō′sə, -zə, skăb′ē-)
n.
See scabious2.
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The bride carried a bouquet of Esther roses, Chablis roses, white ranunculus, burgundy scabiosa, dusty miller, and seeded eucalyptus.
Other new flowers which may take your fancy include Scabiosa atropurpurea "Beaujolais Bonnets" (Thompson & Morgan), a delicate-looking pink and white-fringed beauty which attracts bees and butterflies and is ideal planted in full sun at the front of a border.
Near the eastern entrance, on steep banks facing east, are upright brome, browntop or creeping bent, cocksfoot, Scabiosa spp.
She carried a traditional hand-tied bouquet of Juliet garden roses, parrot and double tulips, white scabiosa, astilbe, astrantia, orange and coral dahlias, scabiosa pods, dusty miller, and seeded eucalyptus.
The amazing Scabiosa "Double Blue" (right) flowers perpetually from late June until late October, casting a spellbinding haze over the garden.
Plant long-blooming summer perennials such as coreopsis, cosmos, gaillardia, scabiosa, and zinnia.
Asters Bee Balm Black-eyed Susan Butterfly Bush Butterfly Weed Chrysanthemum Coneflower Daylily False Aster Garden Phlox Gayfeather Globe Flower Golden Rod Helen's Flower Honeysuckle Joe-Pye Weed Jupiter's Beard Lavender Meadowsweet Ornamental Onion Scabiosa Sweet William Tickseed Yarrow Allium schoenoprasum (chives) Anethum graveolens (dill) Borago officinalis (borage) Vibernum opulus (Korean lilac) Salix discolor (pussy willows)
Scabiosa 'Chile Black', a vigorous 60cm (2ft) scabious with deep plum-red flowers.
Common ornamentals and bedding plants recommended for a butterfly garden include lantana, hebe, spiraea, gloriosa daisy, coreopsis, cosmos, scabiosa, marigold, delphinium, blanket flower, wallflower, lobelia, sweet alyssum, and the many sages (Salvia species).
Her bouquet featured Juliette roses, peonies, white scabiosa, and dried lavender wrapped in antique lace.
For flowers from now into fait, plant perennials, such as aster, chrysanthemum, rudbeckia, scabiosa, and yarrow.
I acquired this little beauty at a parish bazaar and so cannot be certain of its name, though it appears to be the variety 'Butterfly Blue,' a hybrid of Scabiosa columbaria.