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August 24, 2012

Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’ (False Forget-Me-Not)

Wonderfully veined large silver leaves make this one of the most unique and eye-catching shade perennials.

brunnera jack frost perennial siberian bugloss

Wonderfully veined large silver leaves make this one of the most unique and eye-catching shade perennials.  Sports hundreds of tiny blue forget-me-not flowers in the spring.  Great as a groundcover, contrast plant for hosta, or showy addition to any specimen garden.  A Sunnyside favorite!

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