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brunnera 'Jack Frost'


brunnera 'Jack Frost' (Brunnera macrophylla (Brunnera))

a good cultivar for a shady place.



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Yours is such a big plant! Mine are small in comparison.

1 Apr, 2009

 

its about 4 years old sprizt. but doesnt seed around and i am loath to split it yet and too mean to buy others. Thats what happens when you marry a yorkshire man, you become careful with the spending! well spending on duplicates that is.

2 Apr, 2009

 

LOL.......

2 Apr, 2009

 

Is this in a shade garden? I have a jack frost and a looking glass Brunnera but mine are also smaller than yours. Course mine are only a year old so maybe mine will be larger next year. They are a beautiful shade plant.

29 Nov, 2009

 

yes they are in semi shade. under the lilac tree and usually hidden by the car that parks in front of it.

29 Nov, 2009



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