Myosotis laxa Overview
This plant is often found in the wild in Northern Europe. STEM: Sometimes branched, upright. ROOT: Fibrous HAIRS: On most of plant, pointing towards stem. STIPULES: Absent LEAF-STALK: Absent BRACTS: Absent or few at base. FLOWER STALK: About equaling flower, longer in fruit. SEPALS: 5, up to 0.8cm in fruit, joined to middle. PETALS: 5, forming tube at base, lobes rounded. STAMENS: 5, inside petal-tube. STIGMA: 1, tip swollen. OVARY: 1, deeply 4-lobed. SEEDS: 1 per segment, not released.
Common problems with Myosotis laxa
How to propagate Myosotis laxa
You can propagate from seed in the autumn.
Other uses of Myosotis laxa