Description of the plant
The flowers of this plant look great when arranged as a part of flower groups, used on occasions. They also look great when dried (and this is something that a lot of flowers cannot claim), and are also grown to attain a lot of foliage. These are annual flowers, being a […]
Saxifraga is an incredibly large and diverse genus, encompassing around 480 species of alpine or woodland plants. They are generally small, made up of rosettes of green leaves, but can vary in habit from compact cushions to plants that become wide-spreading mats or that are tall and leafy-stemmed. They produce flowers in spring and early […]
Brunnera macrophylla, of the borage family (Boraginaceae), is a rhizomatous perennial that colonizes slowly underground to form mounds of rough-textured yet neat cordate (heart-shaped), dark green leaves.
Light green leaves are swirled with irregular creamy-white margins as they emerge and expand in early spring. The color intensifies to vibrant yellow-chartreuse as temperatures rise in May […]
The new and distinctive cultivar of Brunnera named ‘Jack Frost’ characterized by an intense silver coating on top of the leaves with contrasting green veining and leaf edges, and light blue flowers in the spring, suitable for landscape or potted culture.
Characteristics of Brunnera – Jack Frost
– It forms a clump of heart-shaped silver […]