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Shades of white & blue
Shade to part shade
Rich, moist soil high in organic matter
Why you need this plant: What color is opal? Well, it's various shimmering colors, when reflected with light. So this becomes all shades of white and blues during different times throughout the day! Heavily flowered, which adds to the reflections. Leaves are evenly spotted and more ovate than most.
|Planting Info: Given a shady spot with adequate moisture, Pulmonaria will take care of themselves. The old flower stems can be cut to foliar level to enhance appearance, otherwise plant requires little maintenance other than a good feeding in the early spring to stimulate floral growth.|| |