Brunnera macrophylla 'Diane's Gold'

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Brunnera macrophylla 'Diane's Gold, commonly known as Siberian Bugloss, provides a lush perennial ground cover for shady gardens, spreading slowly from year to year. Forget-me-not-like flower spikes top the clump-forming, golden foliage in spring, making this a great plant for containers, along ponds and other water features, in borders, or woodland gardens.

Common Name: Siberian Bugloss
Mature Size: 1 - 2 feet tall and wide
Growth Rate: Slow
Cold Hardiness: -25 ° F
Characteristics: Clump-forming perennial ground cover for shade gardens, blue flowers in spring. Spreads slowly via underground rhizomes.
Light: Shade to morning sun/afternoon shade
Structure: Clump-forming, heart-shaped leaves
Bloom Color: Intense blue with white centers
Bloom Time: Spring
Uses: Containers, ground cover, shade gardens, woodland gardens, near ponds and water features
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