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Forget-Me-Not Seed Planting: Best Time To Plant Forget-Me-Not Seeds - 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.

When To Plant Forget-Me-Nots – Tips On Planting Forget-Me-Nots From Seeds

Planting forgetmenots from seeds is rarely necessary because they are rampant selfseeders. If you want to introduce the plants to new territory, know when to plant forgetmenots to ensure success with these easy little plants. This article will help.

Moluccella laevis (Bells of Ireland). Best if left to self-sow, then thin in early spring to 10" apart. Tie up to keep rain and wind from collapsing the stem. Very difficult to propagate indoors. If sowing seed for the first time, scatter in fall and cover with a floating row cover for the winter.

PlantFiles Pictures: Bells of Ireland (Moluccella laevis) by

Queen Lime Orange Zinnias

Innovative addition to the Queen series. Glowing apricot blooms with a blush of lime and bright rose centers. A popular color combination suitable for market .

Chinese forget-me-nots grown as an annual make great early spring cut flowers. Harvest diligently. Self-seeds, can become an attractive nuisance like the ox-eye daisy.

FLOWER FOCUS: Chinese Forget Me Not's

Cotton Candy Grass. full sun, deer resistant. ornamental. pink. lavender. pretty. muglenbergia capillaris. gardening. plant.

Pinky Muhly Grass: In late summer this tough grass sends up light airy pink…

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Green Plume - New! Productive filler shimmers in arrangements. 12-24", pea-green plumes on long, strong stems feature small, paper-thin seed pods. Easy to grow plants provide an interesting, textural element to design work. Earthy reds and bright greens combine easily with other colors in bouquets. Foliage is edible. Also known as orach and orache. Ht. 60-72"

pea-green plumes on long, strong stems feature small, paper-thin seed pods. Easy to grow plants provide an interesting, textural element to design .

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