Yes there are a few rogue flowers seeded and growing away nicely (weeds to you and I) They are however an old flower that has the beautiful name of For Get Me Not. Or the botanical name of Myosotis Palustris - which sound like a cross eyed rabbit to me and so they have the reputation of being a flower to show lasting love and loyalty. It is most often seen in sentimental jewellery and on remembrance tokens.
Saturday, 31 May 2014
Last day of May and For Get Me Nots
Yes its the last day of May and as this lovely month draws to a close. I have decided to look backwards instead. The weather has been mixed from being warm and sunny enough to get a tan to being cold, miserable and yes wet, wet wet! However this year, we have had a garden full of For Get Me Nots. The tiny blue flowers have been in abundant. I did try last year and pull them up. But they go where they want to and so my stone section before the vegetable beds were a mass of blue.
Dry a few flowers and leaves before they go over and craft them into a pendant or picture. Easy to do - pick on a dry day (we have hope here) Press into a heavy book. I tend to use a couple of sheets of kitchen roll on either side of the flowers as they can stain the book they are drying in. Leave until dry. The color can fade slightly. But a lovely way to remember someone.