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black cat in forget-me-nots

black cat in Mimi walks through the buttercups and forget-me-nots.

Daily Photo: Mimi's Garden Adventures, a Squirrel, a Bunny, and Wild Catnip!

Forget-me-not. A legend about the origin of the name forget-me-not is as follows. Once a medieval knight and his lady-love were walking beside a river.

black cat in garden

Silver Spotted Skipper Diversity, Habitats, Insects, Wildlife, Photographs, Photograph, Bugs

Kelly investigates the flowers.

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The big surprise on this day was seeing white forget-me-nots. I've never seen them before and didn't know they came in white. They were pretty enough but I ...

bright blue forget me not flower up close

Forget-Me-Nots in a Spring Shade Garden. More Beautiful Blue Flowers -

Mimi in the woodland garden

Creeping forget-me-nots also benefit from refugia. Jose Quiles, Author provided

Searching in needles and haystacks for forget-me-nots

Google+ Blue Spring Flowers, Wild Flowers, Myosotis Forget Me Not, Forget Me Not

I saw quite a few forget-me-nots near the old boxcars. They weren't really a surprise because I've seen them along this rail trail before.

Blue & Purple Wildflowers - Rocky Mountain National Park (U.S. National Park Service)

Your Backyard Wildlife Habitat: An Introduction

forget-me-nots / scorpion grasses / myosotis

Whether you like blue flowers, or bee-friendly flowers, annual wildflowers in the genus phacelia have a lot to offer. (KATE FREY)

Your Backyard Wildlife Habitat: What's Growing in Your Backyard?

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Forget Me Not: Pictures, Flowers, Leaves and Identification .

How to lure the bees, butterflies and other pollinators to your Colorado garden

Best Plants For Bees

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Buff-tailed bumble bee nectaring on common forgetmenot

In the 1960s a corn plant (Dracaena) stuck its leaf into a polygraph and

Dreaming of Spring? 9 Great Spots to See Wildflowers

One of the first flowers I saw were these very small white violets and I wondered if they could be northern white violets (Viola pallens.

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Forget the lawnmower – just let your grass grow

Delicate flowers of Myosotis australis from the Matiri Range, Kahurangi National Park. Photo by

When Alaska entered the Union in 1959 as the 49th state, the Forget-me-not was adopted as the official state flower and floral emblem.

Look for early flowering plants, like hepatica, above, before the trees darken the

From Wild Patch to Woodland Garden

Making a wildlife pond

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30 Days Wild Forget-me-nots by Chris Lawrence

Growing Things: Himalayan blue poppy takes preparation and patience

Rudbeckia. Rudbeckia. Rudbeckia and Wild Purple Bell Flowers

Garden wildlife jobs for March

The beauty of life on one tree

While the rain is soaking into the May soil, it also threatens the flowers of one group of plants in our Chinese Herb Garden. This year we have completed ...

Look closely and you can see the hooked hairs that act as plant Velcro on plants

If you find yourself walking through the woods in late summer/early autumn, and you come across what looks like a slender, branched twig stuck in the ground ...


Each year they surprise me, so early, suddenly tall and the unique magenta flowers dangling along stems above palmate leaves. Portraits of Animals

Wildflowers of Ohio Field Guide (Wildflower Identification Guides): Stan Tekiela: 9781885061379: Amazon.com: Books

Meadow Grasshopper

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Lobularia 'Deep Lavender Stream' likes cool weather, but cover in case of hard frost. Love the fragrance! (Photographs at Pike Nurseries, Matthews NC, ...

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For those of you who say you constantly kill indoor plants, maybe this is the one for you. It's Rhipsalis pilocarpa.

Naturalized forget-me-nots

Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, CO

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What to do in the garden this month:

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The return of the water forget-me-nots in the pond #forgetmenots #

Blue Cynoglossum amabile Seeds, Cynoglossum amabile, Chinese Forget Me Not Seeds

Dactylis glomerata: flat at the base and a one-sided panicle (here, it's facing away from the camera) Image: C. Sugrue. "

City bees: allotments and gardens can help arrest decline – study

A Cape canary perches on Cape- forget- me- nots ( Anchusa capensis). PICTURES: ALICE NOTTEN/ KNBG)

Most of us have a color preference – some prefer hot colors while others pine for pastels. While we may be drawn to a particular color, we typically enjoy ...

Exotic Herbaceous Plants

A small flock of white feathered chickens graze among mature rows of corn in veggie patch

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Unhealthy leaves on peach tree

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Known for being fierce and elusive hunters, a stoat is captured in a field of

For those of you who say you constantly kill indoor plants, maybe this is the one for you. It's Rhipsalis pilocarpa.

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Yesterday evening the dog decided to take our walk around behind the rescue squad building. A variety of wildlife no doubt travels this corridor, ...

blueberry flowers, leaves


forget me not flowering

Masthead image

Saturday saw me taking part in my very first Adult learning cause on Wild flowers.

Avocado flower floral parts

Dandelion seed head

The Best Native Bulbs and Spring Ephemerals

Ferns are awakening, sending up their fiddleheads.

From what I've read it's an early white violet that prefers damp woodlands, and it is certainly damp here.