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Place indoor forget-me-nots in containers filled with fresh potting mix. Be sure the pot has a hole in the bottom, as the plants will rot without adequate drainage. One plant per container is best for growing forget-me-nots inside, as the plants need plenty of air circulation.When do you plant forget me not seeds?
The best time to plant forget-me-not seeds is in spring to August if you want to have blooms the following season. Early spring seeded plants may produce flowers by fall. If you are willing to wait a season for blooms, sow the seeds in fall. The plants will produce flowers a year from the next spring.How long does it take forget me nots to flower?
Germination usually occurs after about 10 to 14 days. After that, it takes about a year for forget-me-nots to grow to maturity and be able to flower. Thin out the seedlings when they develop their first set of true leaves. Note that the first set of leaves they develop are “seed leaves.”Are forget me nots an annual or perennial?
The two main types are Myosotis scorpioides or true forget-me-not, which is a perennial; and Myosotis sylvatica or woodland forget-me-not, which is a short-lived perennial but often used as an annual/biennial. Although both species look similar, they differ slightly in growing conditions and bloom time.