Anagallis coerulea L. – Kurzyślad błękitny – A one-year-old plant belonging to the primroses family. In Poland, it performs in the south of the country and in Kujawy. It is a rare plant. Leaves 5-20 mm long. Creeper stem. Prefers calcareous soils, fields, wasteland. The flakes are finely serrated, blue, with red roots at the base. Embedded one at the leaf axils. It blooms from May to October. Species considered to be particularly vulnerable to extinction.