Flowers: March-June. Plant in part shade. HxS 45x60cm
Roy Lancaster’s Plant of Chelsea 2003 and still one of our best sellers. A selection with large, heavily silvered leaves which are kidney-shaped and have green veining and a green rim. Blue forget-me-not flowers appear in early spring and are held for a long period. A moisture retentive soil, which is well drained in winter, is preferred. This plant has produced a number of equally good sports, such as Brunnera macrophylla ‘Looking Glass’. Don’t be tempted to plant it in full sun as the variegation goes quite a sickly yellow! Hardiness rating H6. Pot size 1.5 litre.
Care & Maintenance.
Tidy in late autumn. This is a sterile form so does not set any seed, but it can be carefully divided in spring.SKU: BRUMJF
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