Myosotidium Hortenzia. Chatham Island Forget-Me-Not. A perennial with large, quite fleshy, glossy emerald green leaves. The flowerheads are similar to forget-me-nots – blue flowers, pale round the edges with darker centres. They bloom around May-June. An exposed, coastal position is suitable, as long as it’s not subjected to excessively cold or drying winds. Myosotidium Hortenzia
‘Myosotidium hortensia is known for attracting bees. It has nectar/pollen rich flowers’.
Name: Myosotidium Hortenzia
Approx. Height and spread:0.6-0.8M x 0.8M
Position: Part shade
Soil Ph: Acid, Neutral
Moisture: Moist but well drained.
Hardiness: Hardy through most of Ireland and the UK
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