BRUNNERA ’Alexander’s Great’ (False Forget-Me-Not)


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An easily grown plant from the Caucasus Mountains. It has plenty of small, pure blue flowers, beginning in mid-spring and continuing well into June, all the while displaying its large, heart-shaped leaves. Reseeds in some gardens. Brunnera prefer a rich soil and an evenly moist, almost damp location. Slug resistant. sky-blue ESP-LSP 15”H x 28”W

Larger than other False Forget-Me-Nots, ‘Alexander’s Great’ is bushel shaped and clump-forming. Fuzzy silver leaves with green veining and edges. Small, sky-blue flowers on slender stems are hels above the attractive foliage. Mixes well with Japanese ferns, dicentra and purple leafed heuchera. Too much sun may burn the leaves.

zones 4-8

1 GAL 79138

photo courtesy of Growing Colors

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