TERRA NOVA® Nurseries, Inc. 2017/2018 Catalog - Page 132

Best Blue Pulmonaria 'Trevi Fountain' PP13047 This superb, brightly silver-spotted beauty will give rise to profuse clusters of large cobalt-blue flowers in spring. A stunner! We feel it is our best, true dark-blue and grows into a magnificent landscape specimen. The roots of this plant are in P. longifolia, the best form for the south, according to John Elsley. Z 4-9 ˜  y D f 11/25/12 PULMONARIA 'VICTORIAN BROOCH' Pulmonaria 'High Contrast' PP12337 'High Contrast' has brilliantly contrasting foliage and one of the best track records of all of our Pulmonaria in the hot summers of the Midwest and South. Large pink flowers fade to blue over mildew- resistant foliage. Nice mounding habit. The wavy, spear shaped leaves are dark green, infused with melting silver. Z 4-9  y D f 9/18/9 PULMONARIA 'HIGH CONTRAST' 130 Pulmonaria 'Victorian Brooch' PP11234 EU9811 One of the longest blooming of all Pulmonaria with masses of outfacing magenta coral flowers that pop against the attractive, long, silver- spotted foliage. 'Victorian Brooch' bloomed for over 10 weeks in our Oregon garden. Mildew resistant. Z 4-9 ˜  y D f 12/20/8 ˜ = Full Sun  = Partial Shade š = Shade x/x/x = Foliage Ht./Foliage Spread/Flowering Ht. in inches R = Fragrant - = Cut Flower ® = Butterfly y = Hummingbird i = House Plant D = Deer Resistant J = Drought Tolerant f = Winter Color