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Brunnera Macrophylla 'Jack Frost'


Brunnera Macrophylla 'Jack Frost' (Brunnera macrophylla (Brunnera))

Took the opportunity to get a decent photo of this lovely plant for my catalogue.



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Love this plant, I must buy me one!

13 Jun, 2012

 

I could happily send you a bit M?

13 Jun, 2012

 

Many many thanks Karen, you are very thoughtful, I have seen them around, but looking at yours has convinced me to get some. :))))

13 Jun, 2012

 

Well, if you would like me to send a bit, just pm me your address..if you'd rather buy a bigger bit, no worries!

13 Jun, 2012

 

Karen, what's the diff between this and Jack Frost or is it the same?

13 Jun, 2012

 

I shall remember that Karen, thank you very much!

13 Jun, 2012

 

OK M :D Dawn, it's pretty much the same. I can't tell the difference between any of them, except that one has white flowers....oh, wait, is that Mr Morse?..Just checked. This one is 'Jack Frost' Dawn. Sorry. Variegata has just got a white edge, more like a hosta type pattern on it. Mr Morse is the white flowered one I think...leaves like this but flowers white. Phew, glad I got that sorted out!

13 Jun, 2012

 

Ok Karen. I have Jack frost, blue flowers. Gorgeous aren't they.

13 Jun, 2012

 

What a very clear photograph it really stands out and looks great.

13 Jun, 2012

 

Lovely one, they have done so well this year, yours looks quite tall?

13 Jun, 2012

 

These are such beauties

14 Jun, 2012

 

Yes, it is a good size of a plant A. Thanks Paul and Wildrose.

14 Jun, 2012

 

this is rather lovely, I might have to look out for some one for my shade border..

14 Jun, 2012

 

Yes, they are curious. They come up early but a bit straggly and flower, then the leaves come later and form this beautiful mound, like a hosta....which then lasts for ages, right in to the winter time. I love them!

14 Jun, 2012



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