Facts of Forget-me-not Flower (Plant), "Scientific name for Forget-me-not is Myosotis sylvatica"
Forget-me-not is a kind of flower that is native to New Zealand and belongs to the Boraginaceae family. The Forget-me-not Plant even, 5-petal flowers blossom during the spring season, and they are smaller in size. The Forget-me-not flower comes in three colors, such as pink, blue and white. These little flowers have a diameter less than (1 cm), and are extremely perfumed in the evening and night time, while there is a slight or no smell in the daytime. The Forget-me-not Flowers are also called Wood Forget me not, Asian Forget me not, Alpine Forget me not and Woodland Forget me not.
The Forget-me-not flower bloom in clusters. These dainty little Forget-me-not flowers can be found in damp places, such as stream banks and woodlands. There are approximately 50 varieties of flowers in the class, and are admired in gardens. The nurtured forms of the Forget-me-not Flower (Plant) habitually show a blend of colors. These flowers have five associated salviform petals, and have a white-colored inner ring and a yellow core. Forget-me-not flowers bloom once in a year and the best time to see these flowers is midsummer, from the last part of the June month to the last part of the July month.
Forget-me-not Plant is a preferred flower with gardeners. These attractive little flowers will append texture and form to any backyard. They perform well in just about any situation. The Forget-me-not Flower blooms in full sun or in a partial shadow in any type of soil, until the soil is kept wet. The Forget-me-not Flower need regular watering to bloom.
Facts about the flower
Forget-me-not flowers are worn as representations of commemoration in Labrador and Newfoundland in Canada. There is a faith that people who wear the Forget-me-not flower will be remembered by their lovers. In the floral language, the Forget-me-not flower symbolizes truthfulness, true love and memory. Forget me not is the state flower of Alaska.