Hardy biennials often grown as hardy annuals, forget-me-nots are typically bright blue but sometimes pink or white. Usually no more than a foot tall, they’re often grown between spring bulbs or are naturalized in wood land and water gardens. They also make good edging plants. There’re many ways to grow forget-me-nots. But easily grown from seed, they may be sown in fall when spring bulbs are planted, to germinate in spring for spring and early summer bloom. They may be sown in later summer in a cold frame to produce seedlings that will winter over in a protected setting. Or they may be sown indoors in March and transplanted outside later in the spring. Plants do not need thinning, and often self-sow under their favorite conditions moist, hummus soil in light shade. These cool weather plants will not bloom during the heat of August, but a self-sown crop may appear in fall in warm climates.url forget-me-not-close

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