The true forget-me-not flower (Myosotis scorpioides) grows on tall, hairy stems which sometimes reach 2 feet in height. Charming, five-petaled, blue blooms with yellow centers explode from the stems from May through October. Flower petals are sometimes pink. Forget-me-not plants often grow near brooks and streams and other bodies of water which offer the high humidity and moisture that is desirable to this species. The true forget-me-not plant, Myosotis scorpioides (Myosotis palustris), is native to the United States, making it a low maintenance addition to the landscape. Fertilize forget-me-not plants once or twice each season, once in spring and again in autumn, if needed
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