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Brunnera macrophylla
Siberian Bugloss

Siberian Bugloss, in terms of its early Spring flowering appeal, is most effective when found in a naturalized drift or mass planting. Solitary specimens (as shown here) do not achieve a dramatic impact, either when in flower, or later when just in bold-textured foliage. Interplanting a drift of Siberian Blugloss with a fine-textured, flowering, partial shade-tolerant groundcover (Bugleweed, Sweet Woodruff, Barren Strawberry, Lilyturf, Grape Hyacinths, Creeping Baby's Breath, etc.) is especially effective.


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