Woodland Forget-me-not Invasive Plant Information


Woodland Forget-me-not has been reported in the following 25 states:

Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Illinois, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Vermont, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Oregon, California, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, Washington


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Myosotis sylvatica, the wood forget-me-not or woodland forget-me-not, is a species of flowering plant in the family Boraginaceae, native to Europe.

It is a short-lived herbaceous perennial or biennial growing to 12-30 cm (5-12 in) tall by 15 cm (6 in) wide, with hairy leaves and a profusion of disc-shaped, intensely blue (occasionally white) flowers in Spring.
Stace describes this plant as having the following characteristics:
Widely cultivated throughout the temperate world, it is particularly associated with spring bedding schemes involving other spring-flowering subjects, notably daffodils, tulips, wallflowers and primulas. It is also the parent of numerous cultivars in shades of pink, blue and white.
Cultivars include:-
It is widespread in England, Wales and the Isle of Man, although less frequent further north. It can be found along a lot of the east coast of Scotland and areas in the South West, although missing from most of the Highlands, Orkney, Shetland and the Outer Hebrides. In Ireland it is mostly found in Northern Ireland, although there are a few spots in the Republic of Ireland.


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Reported Urban
Infected Regions:

Sitka, AK