Must-haves for lightly shaded woodland gardens, these much-loved plants bear tiny but exquisite blue flowers in spring in mild climates.
Brunnera flowers look just like a regular forget-me-not, but displayed in taller airier branching sprays held up just above the plant. They first appear in April and continue until roughly mid June, though in a good summer they'll often produce a short late spurt in the autumn to round off the season.
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