Brunerra Macrophylla Jack Frost Brunerra
These plants form clumps of heart-shaped silver leaves, veined with delicate mint green lines. Bright blue Forget-me-not flowers appear in sprays in mid to late spring.
These plants form clumps of heart-shaped silver leaves, veined with delicate mint green lines. Bright blue Forget-me-not flowers appear in sprays in mid to late spring. An easy growing perennial, the plant performs well in most conditions with sufficient water and sunlight. Handles direct sun although afternoon shade in hotter summer areas will prevent leaf scorch.
Full Sun or partial shade
Average Landscape Size:
Growth Height: 12” to 16”
Growth Width: 12” to 18”
Flowers in summer
Mid Spring - Late Spring
Containers, edging, groundcover, border, erosion control
12” to 15” high and wide
Spent flowers should be removed. During the spring, dead foliage should be removed as well. In the fall, it is best to cut the plant back to basal foliage. Cuttings can be done in the summer and division can be done in the spring. It is advisable to divide the plant every 2 to 3 years.
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