Forget-Me-Nots are a genus of perennial, biennial, and annual flowering plants in the Boraginaceae family and native to Asia, Europe, and North America. The family includes up to 2,500 species of plants, and the genus has more than 500 names, making it very famous in many countries since its representatives are found on all continents.
Myosotis is easily identified by its bright, small flowers that can be pink, white, blue, red, and yellow and can change color throughout the season. They grow in the form of spikelets and tassels, which are in pairs or singly on a long and thin stem.
As for the leaves, they are not as showy as the flowers, usually arranged alternately, and have small bristly hairs or spines. In rare cases, the leaves are jagged and unevenly arranged, but this is usually an exception to the rule. The fruits are located in pods; after full ripening, they break into several parts, but it is worth noting that in some representatives of the genus, the fruit may be drupe.