Forget-me-nots are iconic flowers in the garden and easy enough for even the beginning gardener to see a lot of success in a short time. Unfortunately, they can also be fussy if they?re too far out of their comfort zone and may refuse to flower. Click here to learn more.
Growing forget-me-nots can be a walk in the park if you know what signs of danger to be on the lookout for. Even though these plants have few problems, there?s always a risk of fungal disease or insect pests, so use this article for help with common forget-me-not problems.
Do you have forget-me-nots in your landscape? Have you ever wondered ?can I eat forget-me-nots?? After all, there are sometimes hundreds of the plants, or at least there are in my yard. Click this article to find out if forget-me-nots are edible.
Should forget-me-nots be divided? This really depends upon what variety you are growing. If your plant comes up every year in the same spot, it is likely a perennial; but if the plant seems to migrate and multiply in other areas, it is the self-seeding annual. Learn more here.
The forget-me-not is a popular and pretty late spring to early summer bloomer beloved by gardeners. The flowers don?t last long, though, so you need to know what forget-me-not companions will grow well with them and provide continuous blooms. Learn more here.
Growing forget-me-not in a pot is not the typical use for this pretty little perennial, but it is an option that adds some visual interest to your container garden. Use containers if you have limited space or if you want to grow the plant indoors. Learn more here.
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.
Forget-me-nots are pretty little plants, but beware. This innocent-looking plant has the potential to overcome your garden. Once it escapes its boundaries, controlling forget-me-not plants can become a major challenge. This article will help.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Forget-me-not flower care is minimal, as with most native wildflowers. The plant reseeds every year to delight the garden with its bright blue flowers. Read this article to learn how to grow forget-me-nots.