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Mixed Lungwort

Mixed Lungwort

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Say goodbye to boring, monochrome shady spots! Evergreen and easy to grow, lungwort is one of the earliest-blooming shade perennials. Beginning in early spring, clusters of delicate, trumpetshaped flowers appear at the same time as many tulips and daffodils. Meanwhile, the highly decorative, speckled foliage stays attractive all year round! Wonderful in rock gardens, too. Grows 10-12" tall with a 20" spread. Prefers shade to partial shade. #1 field-grown plants. Zones 2-8. Pulmonaria officinalis

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Gardening Details for Mixed Lungwort

Botanical Name: Pulmonaria officinalis
Common Name: Lungwort
Form: herbaceous perennial
Sun Exposure: Shade, Partial Shade
Height/Habit: 10 - 12 inches
Spread: 20"
Spacing: 12-14"
Hardiness Zone: 2-8
Flowering Date: march-april
Winter Care: mulch in the coldest zones
Shipping Season: Spring
Flower Color: Mixed
Flower Form: small trumpet shaped flowers in drooping clusters
Foliage: oblong-lanceolate, often with white dots
Foliage Type: oblong-lanceolate
Resistance: strong plants
Soil Requirement: moist and oraginic rich
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Update to my 2009 Review Review by Leah - Colorado Springs, CO
Posted on 2016-05-14

These little plants wilt flat to the ground of they get any direct sun, but spring right back up as soon as the shade returns. I find they do much better in full shade or, at most, dappled sun. Hardy and vigorous.

WOW! Review by Sujit - lake city, VT
Posted on 2014-09-21

Very nice

Great plant! Review by Jean
Posted on 2013-04-23

"I bought 3 of these 3 years ago, and am buying three more now. They are beautiful! They get bigger every year and the foliage is beautiful right through till the fall (in Massachusetts)."

Great plant Review by Jean - Massachusetts, MA
Posted on 2013-04-02

"I bought 3 of these several years ago. They grew like crazy, and the foliage looked great right into the fall."

Thrilled Review by Joseph Gentile - Columbia, MD
Posted on 2011-04-30

"The second season for these plants has been spectacular! Each plant is covered with vivid flowers in several shades of pink and purple, and they attract lots of interest from friends and neighbors. The plant with most sun is 18"" across, while the other two plants are about 12"" across because they are sheltered by daffodils. This is all achieved with little or no effort beyond planting. I've already ordered another set."

Good for a shade garden Review by yuanding - Malden, MA
Posted on 2011-04-25

"I bought last spring from Spring Hill, didn't get flowers. Just this morning I saw beautiful clusters of blue and pink flowers on it. I was afraid of the harsh winter and the heavy would have killed them. I think I found a right one for my shade garden."

Lovely Lungwort Review by AJ - St. Louis, Mo
Posted on 2011-04-03

"I planted 3 of these, and a couple months later, nothing had happened- I replanted them in moister soil in a shadier spot with a little indirect sun and then one grew. Very pretty foliage, looks good by itself, but also some really pretty blooms. I might try these again now that I know a good spot for them."

Bought mine 10 years ago Review by Sandi - Central City, PA
Posted on 2009-05-03

"I planted 6 at least 10 years ago, moved to me present home 5 years ago and couldn't resist taking them with me. Still doing great and as a matter of fact they are in bloom right now and as beautiful as the first year I planted them but naturally a lot bigger. Can't go wrong with these. Easy to care for too."

Lovely Lungwort Review by Leah - Colorado Springs, CO
Posted on 2009-03-08

"I planted these in a good bed last year. Very pretty spotted foliage stayed green nearly all winter (in Colorado!) and they're flowering in the second week of March. Rabbits chewed on them some, but they came right back. These are great little perennials."

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With the colorful Mixed Lungwort, say goodbye to boring shady spots in your garden. Easy to grow, this Pulmonaria officinalis is one of the earliest-blooming shade perennials. Blue, white and pink lungwort flowers blossom in spring, and speckled foliage is pleasing all year long. Cultivate these perennial plants in organic-rich soil and shade or partial shade.

Choose Mixed Lungwort, and get ready for early color in shady landscapes and rock gardens. The Pulmonaria officinalis produces trumpet-shape flowers in mixed colors during the spring – about the same time many tulips and daffodils blossom. A shade lover, lungwort grows 10 to 12 inches high with a 20-inch spread. After the perennial plants finish blooming, their spotted leaves continue to add a decorative touch to the garden.
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