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Pulmonaria

Lungwort

The enchantingly speckled foliage of the Pulmonarias we offer looks great all winter. One of the earliest plants to bloom, you can be picking its urn shaped flowers in February when the rest of the garden still slumbers.

Plant easy-to-grow Pulmonarias in the lacy light of a woodland setting, in cool, moist soil. They are excellent noninvasive ground covers.

Solidly sheened with silver, ‘Majesté’s thick leafage is extremely elegant—even without any flowers. But in early spring, short arching sprays of both blue and pink blooms make an appearance and, against the leaves, it’s a color-rich delight. Omphalodes ‘Cherry Ingram’s greenery offers a vivid contrast.

Blooms March–April.

Size: 12" high x 15" wide.

Hardy to zone 4.

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Our featured plants: Top Left: Calycanthus x ‘Venus’    Top Center: Plectranthus argentatus ‘Longwood Silver’ Top Right: Agapanthus ‘Storm Cloud’  Center: Bletilla striata ‘Alba Variegata’   Bottom Left: Echinops bannaticus ‘Taplow Blue’  Bottom Center: Corydalis flexuosa ‘Blue Panda’  Bottom Right: Pulmonaria saccharata ‘Sissinghurst White’  

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