Wildflower whose value in gardens is a bit questionable - the flowers, though charming in their powder blue petiteness, don't make much of a statement from afar, and the overall form of the plant is rather coarse. Which could be said about a lot of forget-me-not relatives.
|| Flowers first year from seed sown indoors early.
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Jim Kotowski||Jun 21, 2020||Other images of hackelia floribunda don't match your images; the one in your image has a distinctive leaves with wavy edges and veination that does not reach the edge and forms a sort of "leaf within a leaf" pattern. the one in your image matches plants in my garden, which I am trying to identify. What you and I have is definitely, or at least most probably, in the hackelia or mysotis genus. Images of hackelia floribunda are specifically here, you can see that the leaves are different, and the flowers as well:
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