(syn. Myosotis scorpiodes)
Yes, this is a perennial Forget-Me-Not and much finer of form than the annual varieties. Lush, dense foliar mats will spread to 2’ across and spill over the edge of a bed. Bountiful, baby-blue, bee attracting blooms will reach to 1’ tall and appear for a month or more in late Spring – then cut it back, maybe serve up a bit of compost and presto! Another round of bloom! Splendid under and in the foreground of roses. It’s suitable for a well watered border, or in the water garden too! Sun to part shade along the coast and part to bright shade in hotter climates. Self-sows, too!
Due to Agricultural Restrictions we cannot ship this plant to Connecticut and Massachusetts.