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Brunnera macrophylla ‘Spring Yellow’ PPAF   

Lighten up a shady garden with this new breakthrough in color. In early spring, the leaves emerge yellow with some leaves changing to pale green as the season progresses. Attractive blue flowers jazz it up even further April-May. Grows to 15”. Not for the faint of heart. 

    Common Name:Siberian Bugloss
    Hardiness Zones:3-7
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Requires consistently moist soil.

About Brunnera: Brunnera is known as "Perennial Forget-me-not" because in spring it is covered in tiny, Wedgwood blue flowers with yellow centers typical of the old-fashioned forget-me-not plants. An added bonus is the large, attractive, heart-shaped leaves and their unique variegation.