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Blue Flowers Speckled Foliage Must Be Pulmonaria

Pulmonaria

Pulmonaria

Ask the Expert: What is this plant – it is a perennial flowers on the same plant are pink and then blue, leaves have whitish spots and are about 1″ long. It’s a very small, compact plant. Nadya

Reply:
What you have is Pulmonaria sometimes called Lungwort. Depending on the exact species within this genus, the plants can be perennial in zones 2-8. Most species are perennial in zones 5-8. Just a guess – but I think you have Pulmonaria saccharata which is hardy in zone 4-8. This plant likes shade or partial shade conditions with humus rich, moist but well-drained soil. It is often the first perennial to bloom in late winter or in the spring.

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  1. Pulmonaria is such a great plant.

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