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Myosotis Spring Symphony Blue (Forget me nots)

Myosotis Spring Symphony Blue (Forget me nots) (Myosotis)

6" high. Spreads around the garden but easily removed.

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They do look lovely all massed together.

19 May, 2011


These are all self sown seedlings. I love them and if they are in the wrong position it is easy to pull them out or transplant to where I want them.

19 May, 2011


these are lovely!
i have some of these seeds mum brought over for me and some others i got a while ago, i was wondering how i should plant them? Strait into the flower bed or start them off in some trays first?

27 Jun, 2011


I would sow a few every few weeks because they seem to flower throughout the year. Just broadcast them as if they were self seeding and rake them in. They are easy to transplant.

27 Jun, 2011

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