Myosotis forsteri
Myosotis forsteri
Myosotis forsteri
Myosotis forsteri
Myosotis forsteri
Myosotis forsteri
Myosotis forsteri
Myosotis forsteri
Myosotis forsteri

Myosotis forsteri

Boraginaceae

Height

20 cm

Flower colour

white

Flowering time

July - September

Foliage colour

bronze

Sunlight

sun

Soil

well drained

pH

acid - neutral - alkaline

Hardiness

short lived, but can be maintained by self-seeding

Plant range

New Zealand

Myosotis is a genus in the family Boraginaceae. The number of species is a bit unclear, but there are at least 74 recognized species. Most are found in two distinct areas. Species in Eurasia have sky blue flowers and species in New-Zealand often white or yellow flowers. There are also a few species in N- and S-America. Most species prefer sun and well-drained soil.

Propagation:


Seed - sown in spring

Seed just covered and stored at 20°C (68°F) until germination.

Short lived, but maintains itself by self-seeding.

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