Jack Frost Brunnera

Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'

Jack Frost Brunnera is admired for its beautiful heart-shaped leaves that appear dusted with frost, thanks to their silvery overlay and pronounced green veins. During May, it produces delicate sprays of tiny blue flowers that closely resemble forget-me-nots, adding a splash of color to shaded garden spots. This perennial is perfect for woodland settings or as a ground cover under deciduous trees, offering a cool, glowing presence that contrasts nicely with darker foliage.

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