Raspberry Splash Lungwort

Want your cake and be able to eat it too? With the Raspberry Splash Lungwort, you can do just that. Most homeowners have at least one area that is just too shady for growing anything colorful and often resort to planting hostas. Now you can mix it up as this perennial does best in shade. This variety of lungwort has sharply pointed green foliage with silverish spots and grows somewhat upright reaching about 12” H x 12-15” W and. Late spring, clusters of small raspberry coral and purplish bell-shaped flowers appear adding even more flair. Plant in a grouping or with other shade loving perennials like astilbe or hostas.

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