Grown for its large, heart-shaped leaves edged and veined with green and sprays of small, bright blue flowers which look rather like forget-me-nots in spring. To get the best results, grow in a moisture-retentive soil in shade. It looks particularly striking planted in drifts in the woodland garden.
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April l May l June
|Goes well with
ferns, epimediums, hostas, hellebores
Moist but well drained
Flowers and foliage
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