Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
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.
Clusters of single clear rosy pink bellflowers in spring over rosettes of attractive green mottled with silver foliage.
A member of the genus commonly known as Lungwort, 'Blue Ensign' produces wonderful clusters of delicate gentian blue flowers during the spring.
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.