How tall do forget me not flowers grow?
Furthermore, do Forget Me Nots come back every year?
Short Lived Biennials During frost, biennials in their first year may die back to the ground and complete the growing cycle the following year. A field of biennial forget-me-nots bloom every year as some are in the first year, while others are in the second year.
Subsequently, question is, how many forget me not seeds should I plant? Sow your seeds 6-12 inches apart. You want them to be at least 6-12 inches apart, especially if you're going to let them reseed naturally. If you're planting forget-me-nots in the fall, they will bloom for you in the spring.
Correspondingly, how fast do Forget Me Nots grow?
When They Germinate The time it takes forget-me-nots to germinate depends on whether the seeds have been stored or you are planting fresh seed. Properly stored seeds -- stored dry at 70 degrees Fahrenheit -- germinate within 3 to 5 days at 70 degrees. Fresh seed germinates at 40 degrees within 2 days to 1 month.
How do you keep Forget Me Nots blooming?
In dry, hot conditions, the flowers may not bloom when expected or for as long as expected. Keep forget-me-not soil moist, and give them extra water when weather is hot. As long as flowers remain healthy, blooms will appear on schedule.