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Image of Brunnera macrophylla photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Siberian Bugloss)

Popular and easy-to-grow, Siberian bugloss is an early blooming, clump-forming perennial that's ideal for the shade garden. This native of Eastern Europe is grown for its attractive foliage and flowers. In late spring to early summer it bears delicate clouds of tiny bright blue flowers with yellow-centers. These rise above large, soft, heart-shaped leaves of dark green. Several variegated cultivars are well worth trying, such as the silvery ‘Jack Frost’ and ‘Looking Glass.’

Siberian bugloss prefers...

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Jessie Keith

(Siberian Bugloss)

Popular and easy-to-grow, Siberian bugloss is an early blooming, clump-forming perennial that's ideal for the shade garden. This native of Eastern Europe is grown for its attractive foliage and flowers. In late spring to early summer it bears delicate clouds of tiny bright blue flowers with yellow-centers. These rise above large, soft, heart-shaped leaves of dark green. Several variegated cultivars are well worth trying, such as the silvery ‘Jack Frost’ and ‘Looking Glass.’

Siberian bugloss prefers...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Jack Frost Bugloss, Siberian Bugloss)

Popular and easy-to-grow, Siberian bugloss is an early blooming, clump-forming perennial that's ideal for the shade garden. The cultivar ‘Jack Frost’ is a beautifully variegated selection. Its heart-shaped leaves have a silvery white sheen and distinctly dark green veins. In late spring to early summer it bears delicate clouds of tiny bright blue flowers with yellow-centers, which rise above its foliage.

Siberian bugloss prefers partial sun to shade and rich, well drained loam. Its hairy leaves...

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Jessie Keith

(Langtrees Bugloss, Siberian Bugloss)

Popular and easy-to-grow, Siberian bugloss is an early blooming, clump-forming perennial that's ideal for the shade garden. This native of Eastern Europe is grown for its attractive foliage and flowers. In late spring to early summer it bears delicate clouds of tiny bright blue flowers with yellow-centers. These rise above large, soft, heart-shaped leaves of dark green. Several variegated cultivars are well worth trying, such as the silvery ‘Jack Frost’ and ‘Looking Glass.’

Siberian bugloss prefers...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Looking Glass Bugloss, Siberian Bugloss)

Popular and easy-to-grow, Siberian bugloss is an early blooming, clump-forming perennial that's ideal for the shade garden. The cultivar ‘Looking Glass is a beautifully variegated selection developed at Walter’s Gardens of Michigan. Its heart-shaped leaves have a bright, silvery white sheen and thin, delicate green veining. In late spring to early summer it bears delicate clouds of tiny pale blue flowers with yellow-centers.

Siberian bugloss prefers partial sun to shade and rich, well drained...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Siberian Bugloss, Silver Wings Bugloss)

Popular and easy-to-grow, Siberian bugloss is an early blooming, clump-forming perennial that's ideal for the shade garden. The cultivar ‘Silver Wings’ is a beautifully variegated selection developed at Nayler Creek Gardens in Washington State. Its heart-shaped leaves are silvery gray with deeper gray veins and white margins. In late spring to early summer it bears delicate clouds of tiny pale blue flowers with yellow-centers.

Siberian bugloss prefers partial sun to shade and rich, well drained...

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James Burghardt

(Siberian Bugloss, Variegated Bugloss)

Popular and easy-to-grow, Siberian bugloss is an early blooming, clump-forming perennial that's ideal for the shade garden. This native of Eastern Europe is grown for its attractive foliage and flowers. In late spring to early summer it bears delicate clouds of tiny bright blue flowers with yellow-centers. These rise above large, soft, heart-shaped leaves of dark green. Several variegated cultivars are well worth trying, such as the silvery ‘Jack Frost’ and ‘Looking Glass.’

Siberian bugloss prefers...

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James H. Schutte

(Common Boxwood, Variegated Boxwood)

Hostas are herbaceous perennials prized for their leaves, habit, toughness and tolerance of shade. This one, ‘Heartleaf,’ is a medium-sized hosta that forms spreading mounds of heart-shaped, deeply-ribbed green leaves. The flowers are numerous, large, lavender, and funnel-to-bell-shaped. They appear on leafless stems held above the foliage in summer.

Like most hostas, ‘Heartleaf’ grows best in full to partial shade and tolerates a wide range of fertile well-drained soil types. It prefers average,...

Image of Caltha palustris photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cowslip, Golden Marsh Marigold, Kingcup)

Brightening the streambanks or bogs in midspring with showy yellow buttercup flowers, marsh marigold is a lovely woodland wildflower. A deciduous, mounding aquatic perennial, it is native to the northern half of North America from Alaska to Newfoundland south to Iowa and North Carolina.

The thick, spreading, hollow stems carry lush green heart-shaped leaves with dull jagged teeth. In mid- to late spring, the branching stems bear small loose clusters of bright yellow flowers that are waxy. Shaped...

Image of Camassia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Quamash)

Native to valleys, meadows, and prairies of eastern and western North America, camas are grown for their steepled clusters of starry flowers atop tall leafless stems in late spring. The blue or sometimes white blooms have six pointed segments, and often remain on the stem after they wither. The clumps of strap-shaped, keeled, green or gray-green leaves go dormant in summer. The leaves and flower stalks grow from large bulbs with dark tunics. Most camassias come from the northwestern United States...