Brunnera macrophylla 'Alexander's Great'
Common Name: Siberian Bugloss Family: Boraginaceae (The Borage Family)
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This giant Brunnera looks just like the classic 'Jack Frost' except for it's size. It will grow nearly a foot and half tall and two and a half feet wide! It has dramatic silver foliage and the dainty blue forget-me-not flowers that we love from this genus. Discovered by plantsman Alexander Zukeivich in his Belarus garden. This is a plant for a big garden or a big pot!
North Central and Eastern Asia
Europe and Western Russia
Woodland settings in dappled shade.
||Primary Bloom Colour||Blue
||Secondary Bloom Colour||Yellow
|Light Exposure||Full - Part Shade
||Foliage Colour||Variegated - Cream/White
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