What is this plant with bee-attracting small blue flowers? Flowers are small, but they seem to be good for polinators.
This is Cynoglossum amabile, although not being able to see an image of the whole plant means I'm only 99% sure. It's a hardy annual plant native to Asia, but used as an ornamental in some gardens. Common names include Chinese Hound's Tongue and Chinese forget-me-not, and it is in the same Family as Myosotis and Borage. It has hairy leaves, rather like Borage does, reaches around a foot to 18 inches tall and grows relatively easily from seed sown direct where it is to flower. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cynoglossum_amabile
I am going to answer Myosotis sylvatica, Forget Me Nots.