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Forget-me-not

Status: At risk – naturally uncommon

Myosotis uniflora, S.Branch Ashburton River (Warren Jowett)

Myosotis uniflora on the South Branch of the Ashburton River (photo: Warren Jowett)

Braided river status 

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Recent observations

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Description 

The endemic (native to New Zealand) forget-me-not (Myosotis uniflora) is a perennial herb forming dark green compact rounded cushions up to 100mm in diameter. Stems are 10-50mm long and closely packed. Leaves are tiny, about 0.5 mm long and fringed with long hairs. Yellow-white flowering branchlets that don’t project above the cushion. Very distinct and unlikely to be confused with other Myosotis, and unique in its preference for stony river beds. 

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