Myosotis ramosissima Boraginaceae Early Forget-me-not

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Myosotis ramosissima 17kb

Description - A tiny, bright blue flower, often buried in the leaves, or later expanding on a stem with several others. The leaves and stems are densely hairy, sometimes with a purplish colouration, especially when the weather is cold. Comes into flower in March.

Habitat - Mainly coastal, in short turf, on sandy, poor soil.

Comments - We always welcome the sight of this flower as one of the first signs of Spring! It is a common, native plant in the British Isles.

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