Attractive and durable groundcover for moist, shady spots.
Brunnera (common name Siberian bugloss) makes an excellent ground cover in moist, shady spots. It forms an attractive mound of rough-textured, heart-shaped leaves. In spring, clusters of small, light blue flowers appear, perched on airy, branched stems held high above the foliage. Ideal for woodland gardens and alongside streams and ponds — anywhere the soil remains consistently moist.