Brunnera (Siberian Bugloss)

These delightful Siberian Bugloss perennial plants, also known as Brunnera, are ready to grace your garden with their captivating beauty. From their heart-shaped, silver-spotted leaves to their delicate clusters of azure-blue flowers, Brunnera adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to any outdoor space. Unlock the secrets of this hardy and versatile plant by planting our premium bare roots. We ship our Brunnera plants in spring.

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The Enchanting World of Brunnera (Siberian Bugloss): Tips and Tricks on how to grow Brunnera from Bare Roots

  • Thrives in Shade: Brunnera is a shade-loving plant and excels in areas with dappled sunlight or partial shade. It is an excellent choice for brightening up those shady corners in your garden.
  • Resembles Forget-Me-Nots: The dainty blue flowers of Brunnera bear a striking resemblance to forget-me-nots, which adds to their charm and makes them a delightful addition to any garden.
  • Heart-Shaped Leaves: Brunnera's heart-shaped leaves are a distinctive feature that sets them apart from other plants. The silver-spotted foliage creates an eye-catching display even when the plant is not in bloom.
  • Low Maintenance: Siberian Bugloss is a low-maintenance plant that requires little attention once established. It is a perfect choice for busy gardeners or those looking for fuss-free plants.
  • Deer and Rabbit Resistant: Brunnera is not favored by deer and rabbits, making it an excellent choice for gardens in areas with wildlife.
  • Companion Planting: Pair Brunnera with other shade-loving plants like hostas, ferns, and astilbes for a visually appealing and harmonious garden bed.
  • Versatile Use: Brunnera can be used in various garden settings, such as woodland gardens, borders, containers, and as a ground cover.
  • Moisture-Loving Plant: While it prefers well-draining soil, Brunnera appreciates consistent moisture, especially during dry spells. Mulching around the plants can help retain moisture.
  • Cut Flower Potential: The delicate blue flowers of Brunnera make wonderful additions to cut flower arrangements, adding a touch of elegance to indoor displays.
  • Propagation: Brunnera can be propagated through division in early spring or fall. Simply dig up a mature plant, divide the clumps, and replant them in suitable locations.
  • Winter Interest: The attractive silver foliage of Brunnera remains evergreen in milder climates, providing winter interest and maintaining garden appeal throughout the year.
  • Suitable for Containers: Brunnera can be grown in containers, allowing gardeners with limited space to enjoy its beauty on patios or balconies.