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Brunnera Macrophylla a Shade-Garden Favorite

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'Jack Frost' Brunnera is so called because of the frosty appearance of its silver leaves. One of the plant's common names is Siberian bugloss. The much taller Italian bugloss, incidentally, is an entirely different (albeit related) plant.
Jack Frost Brunnera picture.

Flowers bloom in spring.

David Beaulieu
Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost' is a perennial plant with blue flowers that bloom in spring. These blue flowers are reminiscent of those on forget-me-nots. But the green and silver leaves of the plant make a statement throughout the growing season. Divide this perennial in spring.

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