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Siberian Bugloss

Brunnera spp.

Brunnera-macrophhylla-1 by MartinThoma (CC0)

Full Sun
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy

7a

USDA zone

-18°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

1m

Max

1m

50cm

Min

50cm

2 years to reach maturity

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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Siberian Bugloss Overview

Brunnera is a small genus of just 3 perennial species, originating from woodland areas in Northern Europe and Northwest Asia. They have attractive, hairy, heart-shaped foliage and delicate blue or white spring-blooming flowers. Widely developed as a garden plant, they are generally quite tolerant of shade and make good ground cover plants, but some cultivars grow better in full sunlight. Many cultivars have attractive variations in their leaves, some with variegated, yellow, white or silver foliage.

How to propagate Siberian Bugloss

Division

Division in spring or autumn.

Seed

Seed in autumn.

Special features of Siberian Bugloss

Attractive flowers

Attractive leaves

Attracts useful insects

Ground cover

Other uses of Siberian Bugloss

Ground cover

Perennials to Propagate with Root Cuttings

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