BLUE FORGET-ME-NOT Myosotis sylvatica
This forget me now has some of the largest flowers available, a whopping 8-10 mm! In comparison, Field Forget Me Not flowers are 2-6 mm). Wood Forget Me Nots are almost identical to field Forget Me Nots, other than the flower size!
Do you have a tough spot, that almost nothing will grow in? Forget-Me-Nots are traditionally a woodland plant, but we find they here, they grown in sun or shade, and even in the driest and poor locations under our evergreen trees! Forget-Me-Not have an amazing true-blue color! Plants begin to bloom in spring, and last for a couple of months! Allow seeds to fall to the ground after they are done blooming, and they will self seed each year reliably.
Type: Perennial, biennial, self seeding each year reliably.
Location: Traditionally they are a shade plant, though they will take a great deal of sun.
Hardiness zones: 3-9
Germination: Forget-Me-Not seeds can be started early indoors, but it's much easier to plant them directly outdoors where they are to be grown. They can be sown onto raked ground in very early spring, or in late summer to early fall.