Have you ever heard forget me not flower? I love flowers and I used to collect different kinds of flowers and my son is complaining every time I ask him to water the plants. One day my cousin visit me and she did mention the forget me not flower. Way back in my childhood days I remember this forget-me-not flower and I am a little bit curious because I used to picked this flowers in the field, as far as i remember it is a grass and they say it is forget-me-not flower.
I try to search this kind of flower and I found out that this forget me not flower is an Alaska State Flower. The flowers have five connected form petals, colored sky blue. They have a white inner ring and a yellow in center. The best time to see the forget-me-not is midsummer. Forget-me-not plants can be annual, in the sense that their life last for one year or it can be perennial, in the sense that their life namely, germination, flowering and death take more than two years.
Now I know forget-me-not flower they have a little bit similarity of the grass that I loved to pick during my childhood days. They are easy to grow, and the tiny true blue flowers with yellow in center are so lovely and blooming a hairy leaves and stem. Colors include blue, white and pink. One thing to know that forget-me-not symbolize true love and memories, Amazing isn’t it? Thanks to google!