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Plants Matching pulmonaria

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Image of Pulmonaria photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Lungwort)

A genus of about 14 species, lungworts as the plants of Pulmonaria are known are beloved by gardeners for shady and woodland areas. They are native to Europe and Asia and have been long cultivated in medicinal gardens. The common name is from the silvery spotted and speckled leaves which some folks say look like lungs.

Deciduous or evergreen, the plants are generally low-growing perennials which spread slowly via rhizome (underground lateral stem). They are grown for early, showy flowers...

Image of Pulmonaria angustifolia photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Narrow-leaved Lungwort)

The deciduous blue lungwort is a plant whose origins are lost in time. Most plants of the genus Pulmonaria originate from Europe and Asia. This perennial is grown for its blue-violet blooms and low growing habit.

Blue lungwort is a clumping plant which spreads slowly via rhizome (underground lateral stem). In early to late spring, leafy bloom stalks appear at the ends of the stems. An abundance of small bell-shaped flowers with spreading petals are held in branched clusters above...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Berries and Cream Lungwort, Lungwort)

The hybrid lungwort ‘Berries and Cream’ offers a neat rosette of striking variegated leaves that are spotted with silver and have wavy edges. Pretty blooms appear in late winter to early spring with the new flush of leaves. They are raspberry in bud and when they first open but change to violet blue as they age. After the flowers disappear, the clumps of foliage continue to look great all season long.

Lungwort is a clump forming plant that produces basal rosettes of lance-shaped variegated leaves....

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Cotton Cool Hybrid Lungwort, Lungwort)

The deciduous to semi-evergreen hybrid lungwort ‘Cotton Cool’ has striking silvery leaves spotted with white. Pretty flowers emerge pink and mature to blue, with pink and blue flowers often displayed at the same time. Lungworts originate from central and southern Europe and are grown for early season blooms and a low growing habit.

Lungwort is a clumping plant which spreads slowly via rhizome (underground lateral stem). In late winter ‘Cool Cotton’ produces leafy bloom stalks before or with...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Dark Vadar Hybrid Lungwort, Lungwort)

The deciduous to semi-evergreen hybrid lungwort ‘Dark Vader’ has striking dark green leaves spotted with silver. Pretty flowers are purple-blue. Lungworts originate from central and southern Europe and are grown for early season blooms and a low growing habit.

Lungwort is a clumping plant which spreads slowly via rhizome (underground lateral stem). In late winter to early spring ‘Dark Vader’ produces leafy bloom stalks before or with the foliage. Bell-shaped flowers with spreading petals are...

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James H. Schutte

(Excalibur Hybrid Lungwort, Lungwort)

The deciduous to semi-evergreen hybrid lungwort ‘Excalibur’ has striking silver leaves edged in dark green. It has good mildew resistance, large flowers and is vigorous in growth. Pretty blooms emerge pink and mature to blue, with pink and blue flowers often displayed at the same time. Lungworts originate from central and southern Europe and are grown for early season blooms and a low growing habit.

Lungwort is a clumping plant which spreads slowly via rhizome (underground lateral stem). In...

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James H. Schutte

(High Contrast Hybrid Lungwort, Lungwort)

The deciduous to semi-evergreen hybrid lungwort ‘High Contrast’ has striking dark green variegated leaves with ruffled margins and spotted with silver. It has good mildew resistance, large flowers and is vigorous in growth. Pretty blooms emerge pink and mature to blue, with pink and blue flowers often displayed at the same time. Lungworts originate from central and southern Europe and are grown for early season blooms and a low growing habit.

Lungwort is a clumping plant which spreads slowly...

Image of Pulmonaria longifolia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Long-leaved Lungwort)

This hardy herbaceous perennial is grown for its violet-blue spring blooms and attractive, low growing clumps of mottled, long, linear leaves. It originates from regions of Western Europe from southern Britain to Portugal where it inhabits lightly shaded woodlands and scrubby fields.

Long-leaved lungwort is a clump forming plant that produces basal rosettes of long, narrow, elliptical leaves of deep green. The leaves are hairy, rough and often have attractive silvery spotting or mottling. In...

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James H. Schutte

(Long-leaved Lungwort)

The exceptionally vigorous lungwort ‘Bertram Anderson’ has lovely dark green narrow leaves mottled with sharply defined silver spots and large clusters of vibrant deep blue flowers that appear in spring.

Long-leaved lungwort is a hardy herbaceous perennial admired for its spring blooms and attractive, low-growing clumps of mottled, long, linear leaves. It originates from regions of Western Europe from southern Britain to Portugal where it inhabits lightly shaded woodlands and scrubby fields.

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Image of Pulmonaria longifolia ssp. cevennensis photo by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Long-leaved Lungwort)

Beautiful cobalt blue flowers and large, long, spear-shaped leaves with sharply defined silver spots grace Pulmonaria longifolia ssp. cevennensis. This hardy, spring-blooming perennial originates from France, is resistant to mildew and has a neat, clump-forming habit.

Long-leaved lungwort is a clump forming plant that produces basal rosettes of long, narrow, elliptical leaves of deep green. The leaves are hairy, rough and often have attractive silvery spotting or mottling. In...