Hi. This is my first attempt at this forum, so hopefully it goes without my messing up in the format. I am not much experienced at the identification of plants, either, so hopefully I don't make a mess of the terminologies. These flowers made me curious, and I've searched quite a few sites to see what is mentioned of the plant. In the searching, eventually I found this site from a link in another site. It appears, from what I've been able to find, this is the Marsh Forget-me-not (myosotis scorpioides). Every place I have found it mentioned, it is only stated the flowers are five-petaled and no other variants are mentioned. As shown in the photos, there are five petaled and six-petaled flowers carried on the same main stem. Is this so uncommon it does not receive mention in literature about them? Or, is this a different plant than what I have mentioned here? The plants are growing at the lower edge of the Oregon Cascades eastern foothills, northwest of Bend, south of Black Butte, at approx. 3150-3200 feet elevation. They grow both in pockets of calm water at the edge of a stream channel and in very moist, boggy ground in low spots just outside the water of the stream. The stream runs through predominantly Ponderosa Pine forest with some aspens and deciduous brush mixed in along the stream. The stem pictured meaures about 38+ inches in length when it is straightened, and is a pretty fair average length of the plants where it was. The material I've found on the Marsh Forget-me-not seems to indicate 24 inches is usually the longest it grows. Photos 1 and 2 were taken in mid-August. The others were taken around the 8th-11th of September. I sincerely apologize if the image quality of the photos produced by my low quality camera makes it difficult to evaluate. Hopefully, I've followed the guidelines well enough, of what should be included in the photos.