Biennial, the common Forget-Me-Not that is found in fields and woodlands around the country.
A delightful annual with blue or pink flowers, very pretty little flowers with yellow centres – good early nectar plants for bees! will also self - seed readily
The field forget-me-not is one of our loveliest wild plants. It sometimes turns up spontaneously in fields.
Quantity - 500 seeds x 10
How to grow forget me nots Sow late spring to early summer outdoors in a well-prepared seed-bed 3mm deep in drills 30cm apart. Keep moist and thin to 10cm. Can be scatter sown in any border or area to achieve ground cover. Transfer to final flowering position in late autumn.