Forget Me Not Seeds - Blue
Forget Me Not Seeds - Blue
Forget Me Not Seeds - Blue
Forget Me Not Seeds - Blue
Forget Me Not Seeds - Blue
Forget Me Not Seeds - Blue
Forget Me Not Seeds - Blue
Forget Me Not Seeds - Blue

Forget Me Not Seeds - Blue

Full Sun, Partial Shade - Zones 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
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About Forget Me Not

As known as Myosotis alpestris.

This is the true blue Forget Me Not (Myosotis alpestris), beloved all over the world for centuries. Forget Me Nots are extremely versatile flowers and among the most shade-tolerant of all flower species.

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About Forget Me Nots

Few things are as enchanting as the sight of forget-me-nots flourishing in late spring and early summer. These flowers possess a delicate yet sturdy charm, complementing other spring blooms beautifully. Typically growing in clusters, they showcase a captivating blue hue with yellow centers, though there are also varieties available in rose and white. 💙Forget me not💙 come in both annual and perennial forms, and their significance beautifully extends to memorial services for loved ones. It's not uncommon for forget-me-not seeds to be distributed during these services, offering a poignant way to plant and remember the departed.

When to Plant Forget Me Not Seeds

Plant 💙forget me not💙 seeds directly in spring or fall, especially in mild climates. Alternatively, start indoor cultivation four to six weeks before the last frost, though direct sowing is more prevalent and straightforward.

Where to Plant Forget Me Not Seeds

💙Forget me not💙 plants thrive in moist yet well-drained soil, exhibiting optimal growth in sun to partial shade. They are often found along woodland edges or beside streams and can self-seed effortlessly. Depending on the desired level of maintenance, these plants can spread and naturalize an area within just a few years.

💙Forget me not💙 prefer partially shaded conditions and are an excellent option for gardeners looking to add color in areas where other varieties requiring more sun have failed.

How to Plant Forget Me Not Seeds

When direct sowing outdoors, water your bed until the soil is moist, then lightly rake. Scatter seeds by hand onto the bed's surface. Cover the seeds very lightly with potting mix, tamp them down for good seed-to-soil contact, and keep the area moist for germination by misting the soil. Forget-me-nots will germinate in just a few days when soil temperatures are warm. Thin the seedlings to 10 to 12 inches apart to avoid overcrowding, which may contribute to powdery mildew on the foliage.

To start indoors, sow 💙forget me not💙 seeds in potting mix by scattering them evenly over the surface of the soil. Lightly cover the seeds with potting mix and mist the soil with water to moisten it. 💙Forget me not💙 thrive in bright, indirect light, so place the pot near a sunny window, but avoid direct sunlight, which can scorch the leaves. The optimal temperature range for growing 💙forget me not💙 is between 60°F and 65°F. Use a watering can or spray bottle to water the soil gently, keeping it moist but not waterlogged. Once the forget-me-nots outgrow the pot, they can be transplanted to a larger pot or moved outdoors to the garden.

How to Care for Forget Me Nots

💙Forget me not💙 enjoy plenty of moisture but not saturated soil. Perennial plants need a chilling period before producing flowers, typically after their first year. After flowering, the entire plant will die back. To encourage return, leave the dead growth until fall so it can naturally reseed. If undesired seedlings emerge in spring, they can be easily relocated. Deadhead once they are done blooming if reseeding is not desired.