Myosotis arvensis; Field Forget-Me-Nots, Non-Ti-Scordar-Di-Me
I normally like the less showy, wild versions of cultivated garden plants, but these poor things are the first plants in the garden to always get covered in mold, and their color is a bit weak and pale compared to their garden variety cousins… So after they start to turn white with mold, I rip them all up. This was their last day.
These are probably the little forget-me-nots that Caludio Baldazzi gave me a few years ago… the bigger ones with teensy-tiny flowers and fuzzy, dull leaves (Myosotis sylvatica?) are nothing special weeds for me, and I usually rip them up.