Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
A member of the genus commonly known as Lungwort, 'Blue Ensign' produces wonderful clusters of delicate gentian blue flowers during the spring.
This Pulmonaria has attractive silvery-green foliage, which provides interest in the garden before the large violet blue flowers appear during late winter/early spring.
'Ice Ballet' is a form of Lungwort with attractive dark green foliage studded with silver spots. During spring clusters of bell-shaped white flowers appear on stout stems.
Lungworts often form a delightful mound of attractive foliage and 'Opal' is no exception, this perennial has bright silver markings on the dark green leaves. Delicate two tone lilac bell-shaped flower
Standing out from the crowd with attractive mounds of green leaves liberally sprinkled with silver and clusters of large dusky pink and mid-blue bell-like flowers in late winter and early spring.
Low clumps of dagger-like foliage, blotched metallic grey when young, the patches spread until the leaf is almost completely silver bar a slender green edge highlight vivid cobalt blue spring flowers.
'Stillingfleet Meg' was discovered in Stillingfleet Gardens, York and named after the owner's eldest daughter. In spring a carpet of narrow dark green leaves speckled with silver spots appears ....
'Trevi Fountain' puts on long displays of cobalt-blue bell-shaped flowers throughout spring. Carpets of silver spotted, dark green foliage form an attractive mound beneath the blooms.
This particular Pulmonaria is often seen growing wild in France. Long linear narrow foliage is dark green with silver spots, and stunning deep blue, bell-shaped flowers bloom in clusters on arching ..