(Myosotis sylvatica) Grown in European gardens since the 1500s and in US gardens starting in the early 1800s, these small plants reach just 6 inches and over time form a pretty bright blue carpet in the early spring. One legend as to the origin of their name is that as Adam and Eve left the Garden of Eden, this little flower called out for them to “Forget Me Not”. Very sweet. 6 inches. Part to most sun. Seeds should be planted in warm conditions. Perennial, 100+ seeds.