Myosotis - Mixed

Myosotis sylvatica


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Approx 500 Seeds
Dispatched within 3 days*
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  • Suitable for planting in sunny and partially shaded locations
  • Suitable for growing in pots and containers
  • Excellent for cut flowers
  • Attracts butterflies
  • Summer flowering time
  • Green foliage colour
  • Mixed flowering Colour

Sowing and harvesting time

Sow indoors Sow outdoors Harvest

Product Description

Myosotis Mixed are gorgeous blooms that are more commonly known as Forget Me Not's! Their pastel shades and impressive creeping habit makes it a perfect choice for ground cover, mitigating the appearance of weeds. This mixture is a must for those who like to fill their gardens with a symphony of colour throughout the season. This variety is a biennial, meaning it won't produce flowers in its first year and will wait till its second to bloom. These blooms, however, last for months, starting from May through to October! Sow seeds inside or outside from May to June.


*Please note: If your order contains only Seed products, then your items will be dispatched within three working days. If your order contains a mixture of plants and seed products, then your seed items will be dispatched with your first plant delivery.

Plant Size

Mature Height 20 cm
Mature Spread 20 cm
Plant Spacing 30 cm
Annual Growth 20 cm

Planting Notes

Planting Sow the seeds thinly 3mm deep
Soil Type Moist, well drained soil

Growing at a glance…

Sow seeds from May to June outside or inside. If planting inside, pop them in seed trays, keeping them warm as they germinate. Once germinated, grow seedlings on in cooler conditions until they reach around 5cm tall. Then transplant outside. Press the seeds firmly into the soil. Remove any large lumps, weeds, or rocks from the soil before planting. Thin seedlings about 10cm apart once grown, replanting the thinned plants.

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