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forget-me-not Any of c.50 species of hardy perennial and annual herbs of the genus Myosotis, found in temperate parts of Europe, Asia, Australasia and North America. The typical five-petalled flowers are sky blue but may change colour with age. Family Boraganacea (borage).

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for·get-me-not • n. a low-growing plant (Myosotis and other genera) of the borage family that typically has blue flowers.

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forget-me-not: see borage.

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forget-me-not See MYOSOTIS.

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