A metal brunnera at most silvery foliage as the famous brunnera jack frost which it is derived. Ideal for lighting dombre areas. Blue forget me not flowers. For any rich soil, dry fees.
Between brunnera jack frost and glass b.looking this brunnera (heart money) turns out stronger and perfectly withstands the summer heat with its beautiful foliage and finely veined silver-lined green. Blue forget me not flowers. Humus soil, drained dry fees.
Vigorous perennial deciduous broad, heart-shaped and rough. Aerial long blue bloom, reminding me-nots. Deep and fresh soil. Supports cold exposures.
New. Bright Caucasian forget-me-nots with entirely golden foliage throughout the beautiful season, contrasting with a blue flowering of forget-me-nots. Solid or hot. Cultivation: morning sun or partial shade of undergrowth in fresh to dry humus soil.
New. Brunnera macrophylla's little sister 'jack frost'. This wonder develops the same fantastic heart-shaped foliage, silver with green veins but flowers white. Humic soil, cool but supports dry shade.