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see borageborage
, common name for the Boraginaceae, a family of widely distributed herbs and some tropical shrubs or trees characterized by rough or hairy stems, four-part fruits, and usually fragrant blossoms.
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forget-me-not

of Alaska. [Flower Symbolism: Golenpaul, 625]
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forget-me-not

any temperate low-growing plant of the mainly European boraginaceous genus Myosotis, having clusters of small typically blue flowers
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Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to The ForgetMeNot Childrens Hospice, for which a plate will be provided at the Service.
Lily Day wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, letters of condolence, cards and donations to The ForgetMeNot Childrens Hospice received in their sad bereavement.
Mollie and family would like to offer their sincere thanks to all who attended Cyril's Funeral and for all the kind expressions of sympathy and generous donations for The ForgetMeNot Childrens Hospice.
Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to The ForgetMeNot Trust, for which purpose a plate will be available at the Service.
Parnell Reilly, head professional at Bradley Park, generously donated pounds 6,000 earned from speaking engagements to the Forgetmenot Trust for the children's hospice in Huddersfield
On Wednesday, the monthly charity coffee morning was in aid of the ForgetMeNot Trust.
She relishes the mouth-filling words: "There were vetches and lady's bedstraw, forgetmenots and speedwells, foxgloves, viper's bugloss, cow parsley, deadly nightshade (wreathed in the hedges), willowherb and cranesbill, hairy bittercress, docks (good for wounds and stings), celandines, campions and ragged robin" (34).
(37.) "of forgetmenots, of yellow light with its purple shade
In summer, the garden is abloom with dancing ladies, jade flowers, forgetmenots, hibiscuses, and yellow bells cascading from the trellises.
A bouquet of beautiful roses just for you, sprinkled with tears instead of dew and in the middle forgetmenots to show you mam we haven't forgot.
Old Tom Bombadil had a merry wedding, crowned all with buttercups, hat and feather shedding; his bride with forgetmenots and flag-lilies for garland was robed all in silver-green.