Brunnera variegata Siberian Bugloss
Glowing leaves with bold, irregular, creamy white leaf margins characterize the lovely Vareigated Siberian Bugloss, Brunnera. You’ll brighten even your darkest areas with this beauty; some leaves can be almost entirely white! In spring clusters of tiny, baby blue flowers flutter above the foliage.
We treasure Brunnera for their delightful flowers, fantastic foliage, and shade tolerance. They make a showy ground cover, brighten dark corners, look lovely with woodland plants, and mix beautifully with other shade lovers. Fabulous in containers and their adorable flowers make sweet spring bouquets. In the garden they creating a shining contrast against companion plants with darker foliage. Ideal for woodland setting or the shady border. Prefers moist soil but tolerate many conditions.
Plant in soil that has been amended with organic matter in part shade locations. Prefers moist soil but tolerant of many conditions. Plants benefit from deep soakings during dry spells. Also known as Alkanet.
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