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Beautiful and dainty, Forget-me-nots are a classic springtime cottage garden flower.
Filling your garden with gorgeous and vibrant clouds of blue, these little flowers symbolise remembrance, and love and are said to bring protection and luck.
Equally happy in a window box, against a backdrop of colourful tulips or wallflowers in the garden or even in a wildflower meadow; the humble Forget-me-not is easy-going and trouble-free but no less glorious for it.
They are great self-seeders….once you have Forget-me-nots you’ll never have to buy the seeds again!
Once they have flowered, leave the plants in place and allow the seeds to fall naturally. Leave to overwinter and then relocate the new little seedlings to where you want them early the following spring.
Plant Care Tips
Forget-me-nots are biennials. Sow them in May/June onto moist compost and cover very lightly. They are fully hardy and will flower the following April-June. Germination takes 14-18 days. Keep moist but do not overwater. Once they are large enough to handle, prick them out and pot on. Acclimatise gradually before planting them out into the garden in early autumn.
Or if you prefer you can sow the seeds directly in May/June once all risk of frost has passed.
Sow indoors in May/early June onto moist compost and cover very lightly with seed compost.
Once large enough to handle prick out and pot on. Acclimatise and plant out in early autumn
Or sow direct into the soil in May-July once all risk of frost has passed.
Germination takes 14-18 days
Thin to 20cm apart
|Seed Quantity||1000 Seeds|
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|Sow||May - July|
RHS Plants for Pollinators.
The RHS Plants for Pollinators mark is only given to plants that support pollinating insects.
Find out more at rhs.org.uk/plantsforpollinators