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Myosotis - Forget-me-Nots

A welcome source of early bloom, Myosotis (Forget-Me-Not) is a genus of 50 species of annuals, biennials or perennials. They boast charming clusters of small, salver-shaped, blue, pink or white flowers adorned with yellow or white eyes, in spring or early summer. Spreading prolifically year after year, they look lovely in clumps amongst spring bulbs. They are carefree plants that are seldom bothered by diseases or pests.

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Myosotis asiatica (Alpine Forget-Me-Not)

State flower of Alaska, Myosotis asiatica (Alpine Forget-Me-Not) is a short-lived perennial boasting tiny bright blue flowers (rarely white) with a contrasting bright-yellow center. Blooming in clusters in early to late summer, the charming blossoms are borne at the top of a stem, becoming more elongated later in the season. First compact and showy, the clusters eventually elongate and open.

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Myosotis scorpioides (Water Forget-Me-Not)

Myosotis scorpioides (Water Forget-Me-Not) is an erect rhizomatous perennial with delicate sprays of sky blue, tiny flowers adorned with yellow centers in early to late summer. The sprays (cymes), resemble a coiled scorpion’s tail, hence the epithet. The flowers rise atop a semi-evergreen foliage of shiny, oblong, bright green leaves.

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Myosotis sylvatica (Wood Forget-Me-Not)

Myosotis Sylvatica (Wood Forget-Me-Not) is a short-lived perennial with lovely bright blue, sometimes pink or white, tiny and airy, stellar flowers with charming white or yellow eyes. Blooming in dense cymes between mid spring and mid summer, the nectar and pollen is enjoyed by bumble bees and butterflies.

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