Myosotis alpestris or alpine forget-me-not is a herbaceous perennial plant in the flowering plant family Boraginaceae. The alpine forget-me-not is the county flower of Westmorland in the United Kingdom and the state flower of Alaska.
Myosotis alpestris is a rare upland plant with large, striking sky-blue flowers that are fragrant in the evening. It is also distinguished by fruiting pedicels that are the same length as the calyx, and the production of black nutlets. Myosotis alpestrisis an erect, hairy perennial to 25 cm with a few hooked patent hairs on the calyx tube. It is one of our largest-flowered forget-me-nots with the striking blue corollas up to 10 mm across.