Those little star shaped blossoms are called nigella. Nigella is such a delicate little flower. It's usually blue but sometimes you'll find it in white. I always thought it was cumin (which I cook with all the time), but it's actually a little bit different and known as black cumin seed. The ancient Egyptians used nigella all the time, and a little vile of it was found in King Tut's tomb! It has quite a history, being referenced in the bible, the Romans used it as a dietary aid and in arabic is called "blessed seed". In English we call it "love in the mist" so of course that wins points with me.
Congratulations to Barnaby & Jonna!!!!