Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Forget-Me-Not


FORGET-ME-NOT is a small flower that grows wild in moist fields or along the edges of ponds and streams in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America. 
Easily cultivated, forget-me-nots are frequently used as borders for gardens because of their pleasing blue color and delicate beauty. 
In some varieties the blossoms are pale yellow or white in-stead of blue. 
The Chinese forget-me-not is taller, and the flowers are darker blue than those of the common type. Varieties of it have light.
The forget-me-not is usually a light-blue flower, blue or white flowers. Forget-me-nots are a poetic symbol for friendship and faithfulness. They form the genus Myosotis of the Boraginaceae family.

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