Alaska Kid - Netflix
Alaska Kid is a 1991 German / Russian / Polish television miniseries, based on Jack London's 1912 short story anthology, Smoke Bellew.
Runtime: 52 minutes
Alaska Kid - Myosotis - Netflix
Myosotis (; from the Greek: μυοσωτίς “mouse's ear”, which the foliage is thought to resemble) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Boraginaceae. In the northern hemisphere they are colloquially denominated forget-me-nots or Scorpion grasses. The colloquial name “Forget-me-not” was calqued from the German Vergissmeinnicht and first used in English in AD 1398 through King Henry IV of England. Similar names and variations are found in many languages. Myosotis alpestris is the state flower of Alaska and Dalsland, Sweden. Plants of the genus are commonly confused with Chatham Islands Forget-me-nots which belong to the related genus Myosotidium.
Alaska Kid - Morphology - Netflix
Myosotis species have 5-merous actinomorphic flowers with 5 sepals and petals. Flowers are typically 1 cm in diameter or less; flatly faced; colored blue, pink, white, or yellow with yellow centers; and borne on scorpioid cymes. They typically flower in Spring or soon after the melting of snow in alpine ecosystems. They are annual or perennial. The foliage is alternate. Their roots are generally diffuse.
The seeds are contained in small, tulip-shaped pods along the stem to the flower. The pods attach to clothing when brushed against and eventually fall off, leaving the small seed within the pod to germinate elsewhere. Seeds can be collected by placing a sheet of paper under stems and shaking the seed pods onto the paper. Myosotis scorpioides is also colloquially denominated scorpion grass because of the spiraling curvature of its inflorescence.
Alaska Kid - References - Netflix