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True Forget Me Not

Myosotis scorpioides

Description:

The flower stem stood about 18 inches high. It was located beside a river, near the base of a waterfall. The ground was moist and very dark. I found a large patch of these flowers in Manchester, CT.

Habitat:

In wet places such as bogs, beside streams and rivers.

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4 Comments

Pixie
Pixie 7 years ago

Defiantly forget-me-not and they do grow wild but even domestic I had some that would reach my window about 3 feet as a kid

Debbie Stewart
Debbie Stewart 7 years ago

Forget me nots or myosotis do grow wild June, there are about 50 different species including wood and field varieties :-)

JuneMita
JuneMita 7 years ago

I would have said yes if it was in a garden, but these were growing wild. They were nearing 2 feet tall where they were growing.

Is this a forget me not?

JuneMita
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JuneMita

Hartford, Connecticut, USA

Spotted on May 31, 2013
Submitted on Jun 2, 2013

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