Wood forget-me-not #1034126

Wood forget-me-not
Myosotis sylvatica

There are no known parents.

Native to whole Europe, the wood forget-me-not is now also common to North America. It is a popular spring bloomer and shows best advantage in clusters. Commonly, the flower is biennial, and a decorative plant of old in gardens and parks. Even for the pixies this flower is very popular. The small folk uses its magic at weddings, placing wreathes of flowers around their necks, thus binding themselves in fidelity to each other. In addition, its blue blossoms are a symbol of kind remembrance and partings in love, therefore, in remembrance of Nephele, every house is adorned by at least one forget-me-not at present.

Current Location
This plant is in BenevolentWanderer's Atrium.

May 13, 2017, 7:37:03 AM
Finally full grown.

May 8, 2017, 8:37:02 PM
It began to sprout.

May 4, 2017, 8:07:28 PM
Taken by BenevolentWanderer.