This shade plant is not only attractive, but surprisingly resilient for having the name Lungwort. Pulmonaria plants are most often grown for their interesting leaves, which are green with random white spots, looking as though someone liberally splashed bleach on them. The leaves also have a rough, hairy fuzz covering them. The lungwort flower appears in early spring and can be blue, pink or white, and is frequently two or more colors on a single plant.
Silver Bouquet Pulmonaria has larger, more abundant, chameleon like flowers that change from pink to blue as they mature. The shiny, silver leaves mottled with bright green will add interest to your late winter and early spring garden.
Height: 7-10 in.
Spread: 20 in.
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade to Full Shade