Brunnera macrophylla ‘Alexander’s Great’ PP25789
Picture Brunnera Jack Frost on steroids! Large perennial mounds of heart shaped leaves heavily marked in silver with green veins and edging, 12-18” tall and clumping out to 24-30” wide. Typical sky blue forget-me-not-ish flowers in spring rise up above the foliage. Easy in part shade, average garden soil with regular moisture. We find this genus takes some dry shade without expiring. Not fussy, eventual ground cover, lovely in the woodland with spring ephemerals, bulbs, later with ferns and hostas. Rabbit and deer resistant.