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Siberian Bugloss

Plant Facts
Common Name: Siberian Bugloss
Botanical Name: Brunnera macrophylla
Nativity: eastern Europe
Hardiness Zone: 3-8
Type: deciduous perennial
Size: 10″-18″ tall x 12″-24″ wide

Aesthetic Traits
Plant Form: spreading, horizontal
Foliage Color: blackish-green
Seasonal Features: showy flowers
Fall Color:
Winter Form:
Bloom Color: blue
Bloom Time: April-May
Fruit Color:

Ecological Traits
Light: prefers part sun, tolerates full shade
Soil Type: neutral; loamy or clay
Soil Moisture: moist to wet, intolerant of dry
Urban Tolerances:
Wildlife Value:

Installation & Maintenance Notes
Plant from seed, propogate from cutting or division in spring. Plant 1-2ft apart.
Self-seeds to form large masses; weed out seedlings or let grow as desired.


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