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55 Types of Flowers You Should Have in Your Garden

Forget-Me-Nots are a lovely flower to add to your garden. Among many other lovely characteristics, these blue blooms are the Alaskan state flower. - Flower Beds and Gardens

Lithodora Heavenly Blue is a low, mat-forming evergreen plant with small, hairy leaves. Introduced into the U.K. as lithospermum around 1825, this low growing alpine hosts beautiful sky blue gentian-like flowers from May to September

Lithodora Heavenly Blue is a low, mat-forming evergreen plant with small, hairy leaves. This low growing alpine hosts beautiful sky blue gentian-like flowers from May to September.

Anchusa azurea (Italian Bugloss, Italian Alkanet, Summer Forget-Me-Not) reportedly likes alkaline, but not wet.   ~kelly_k/flickr

Anchusa azurea (Italian Bugloss, Italian Alkanet, Summer Forget-Me-Not) reportedly likes alkaline, but not wet. Forget me not = Alaska's State Flower. we need them in our yard!

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We had two large lilac trees beside our house, in Petrolia, when I was young. We would pick the flowers to enjoy inside, as well. What a beautiful flower; what an amazing scent.

Forget-me-nots!! 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. The knight held a bouquet in his hands. Because of the weight of the armor, he fell into the water. According to the legend, he threw the bouquet at her shouting forget-me-not.

Forget-Me-Not (Eritrichium splendens), Alaska's state flower - Compost Rules.

Cornflowers ~ Bachelor Buttons

View Stock Photo of Bachelors Buttons Cornflower Centaurea Cyanus In A Cultivated Field Pacific Northwest Usa.

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

Forget-Me-Not. The brilliant azure blue of forget-me-nots becomes a focal point in the spring shade garden. Pair with epimediums and foamflowers or let them provide a colorful contrast with hostas and ferns. USDA Zones depending on variety

Delphinium - must have in cottage garden.

Id plant a ton of Delphiniums, all purple and blue and then Id run through them, possibly topless. Need to get a privacy fence asap.

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