Forget-Me-Not Seed Planting: Best Time To Plant Forget-Me-Not Seeds - Planting forget-me-nots from seeds is rarely necessary because they are rampant self-seeders. If you want to introduce the plants to new territory, know when to plant forget-me-nots to ensure success with these easy little plants. This article will help.
The perennial forget me not flower spreads easily, freely self seeding for more of the wild flower to grow and bloom in shady spots where the tiny seeds may fall. Forget me not flower care is minimal, as with most native wildflowers. Forget me not plants grow best in a damp, shady area, but can adapt to full sun.
Unlike traditional biennial Forget-Me-Nots which require a full year to bloom, Chinese Forget-Me-Nots can be grown as an annual crop and flower just three months from sowing. ‘Blue Showers’ produces an abundance of tall, delicate sapphire-smothered stems that look incredible en masse and mixed into arrangements.
Forget-Me-Knot - A famous story tells where this wildflower gets it's name... A Knight was gathering blue flowers for his lady love along the river bank. He scurried down the bank to gather the flowers just as a flash flood roared down the river. As he was swept away forever, he tossed the bouquet to his lady with three immortal words, “Forget me not.”