laurenzo2610(7)August 7, 2010

One of my friends recently got me a packet of perennial blue bird Forget-Me-Not seeds and a pot to put them in. I live in a apartment so I don't have a yard or anywhere like that to plant them. Does anybody know if they will do alright in a pot and if so what size?

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For years, I used to grow a lot of plants--even trees in containers until I had land so I could put them in the ground.

I'd say they'll be fine in a pot. Actually, I don't think they are native and keeping them in a pot could keep them from spreading out of control--if you don't let them go to seed.

Here is a link that might be useful: A Native Backyard

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