Have you ever grown Forget Me Not flowers in your garden? Here is my Forget Me Not flower poem and some flower facts. Forget Me Not flower poetry follows the facts.
Forget Me Not Flower Facts:
There are many species of Forget Me Nots.
This plant can be an annual, biennial, or perennial.
The flower comes in blue or white, each with a yellow eye.
Forget Me Not flower buds can be purple.
Forget Me Not flower species are native to many areas.
Spring Forget-Me-Not Myosotis verna, and Bay Forget-Me-Not Myosotis laxa, are native to areas of the US.
Water Forget-Me-Nots, Myosotis scorpioides or Myosotis palustris, are native to Europe and Asia.
Upon entering the flowers’ bed:
“Don’t forget me!”
Up from my garden gently came
a barely audible
but distinct and begging plea.
I stopped in my tracks,
and then looked down where I did see:
pretty yellow golden eyes
up staring back at me;
surrounded in shades of white or blue
“Tiny little lovely flowers
how could I forget you?”
“If we were growing in a pot
you might forget me not;
but at the garden’s edge does hide
low growing plants, tucked at the side;
although I know sometimes
in admiring, our eyes do meet,
I must ask be extra careful
with just where you place your feet.”
I guess it’s just the same,
but you’d better heed the warning when you hear
a flower say its name.
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