Colorful blooms and striking foliage make a shady groundcover
Lungworts look best grown in masses as a shady groundcover, or combined with hostas, hellebores (lenten rose) and ferns in a shady garden. Grown as much for their attractive leaves as for their flowers, lungwort's foliage remains true all season - as long as the soil isn't allowed to dry out. The genus name Pulmonaria and common name lungwort allude to its historic usage as a remedy for respiratory problems. Lungworts form low-growing clumps that slowly spread to form a groundcover without being aggressive and overtaking other plants.
The velvety silver-speckled foliage of ‚Raspberry Splash‚ Lungwort lasts long after raspberry and powder blue blossoms have dazzled the garden in early spring. The archin...Learn MoreRaspberry Splash Lungwort Raspberry Splash Lungwort PP#12138 Pulmonaria Raspberry Splash PP#12138$17.32 Sale $13.86Per Plant - 3" PotThe velvety silver-speckled foliage of 'Raspberry Splash' Lungwort lasts long after raspberry and powder blue blossoms have dazzled the garden in early spring. The arching flower sprays are extremely attractive to bees, but luckily are deer resistant. Showy foliage is marvelous for shade gardens, groundcovers, pathways, and areas on constant display. (Pulmonaria)
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