Forget-me-nots — classic t-shirt
- Plant-themed t-shirts are a gift of avid lovers of all botanical specimens to kindred spirit flora fans and gardening enthusiasts. Knit composition: 100% cotton Weight: 190 g
Forest forget-me-nots belongs to the borage family. The generic name Myosotis from Greek means the resemblance of the leaves to a mouse's ear. It is widespread in Eurasia, where it is found in deciduous forests and moist thickets, along streams and bodies of water. There are more than a dozen species of forget-me-nots in Poland. Forest forget-me-nots is a biennial to perennial plant. The leaves form rosettes at the base or grow on the stem. They are alternately arranged, egg-shaped to lanceolate and finely hairy.
The flowers of forget-me-nots develop from May to July. Gathered in loose inflorescences, they are initially pinkish-purple, becoming blue later, and consist of five petals. The change in flower color during the flowering period is due to a change in the pH value of the flowers.
Forest forget-me-nots form hybrids with other species. Varieties grown in the garden have flowers in many shades of blue, as well as pink and white. The favorite position of forget-me-nots is the semi-shaded corners of the garden - so they feel perfectly at home under the openwork crowns of trees and shrubs.
The name of this plant has a similar meaning in most European languages - forget-me-nots, forget-me-nots, forgetmenot, vergeet-mij-niet, ne m'oublie pas. The plant is a symbol of remembrance, and many legends derived from folk tales are associated with it. The plant came to Europe from the Middle East during the Bronze Age. Certainly, forget-me-nots is one of the more popular, charming and well-liked plants. Once planted in the garden - it will settle in the garden for a long time.
|Size||Width (A)||Length (B)|
|XS||49 cm||62 cm|
|S||50 cm||69 cm|
|M||53 cm||72 cm|
|L||56 cm||74 cm|
|XL||58 cm||76 cm|
|XXL||62 cm||78 cm|
|3XL||64 cm||80 cm|
|4XL||68 cm||84 cm|
|5XL||72 cm||88 cm|
How to measure?
The t-shirts are measured flat, loosely. The measurement, which can be found in the table, was taken at the location indicated by the arrows in the picture below: