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Brunnera is a stunning foliage plant with tiny blue spring flowers that thrives in shady spots. Here's how to grow Brunnera in your garden!
What is Brunnera?
Brunnera, also known as Siberian bugloss or Brunnera macrophylla, is a stunning plant with glossy and often frosty-looking foliage that thrives in shady gardens.
When to plant
You can plant brunnera anytime from mid-fall through the early spring when the ground is not frozen.
Where to plant
Brunnera needs shady, continually moist, well-draining soil with a pH of 5.5 to 7, but it can tolerate clay soil with some added compost or other organic matter.
How to plant brunnera plants
If you are planting in groups, space plants one to two feet apart. They will slowly spread and fill the area for a beautiful and practical ground cover.
Caring for brunnera plants
Brunnera is a low-maintenance plant, and once established, the only care it needs is keeping the soil moist but not soggy.
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