Tuesday, July 27, 2021
 
 
Meet the Forget-Me-Not, Phlox and More
 
   
 
Monday, June 28, 2021
 

As Jeanne Cassell tells it, the forget-me-not got its name when a knight fell in a raging creek while trying to pick the beautiful blue flower for his lady. As he was swept away, he threw the lovely flower on the bank at her feet and cried, “Forget me not!”

The forget-me-not was a favorite flower of English poets, as blue is a celestial color and also the color for the Virgin’s cloak. But, while they are lovely to look upon this time of year, forget-me-nots are memorable come fall for a not-so-nice reason. Find out just what that is when Eye on Sun Valley’s Lisa Horton takes to the trail to examine some of the local wildflowers.

 




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