|US Patent #||PP13686|
|EU Grant #||--|
|Bloom Time||April, May|
|Foliage Color||Green, White|
|Exposure||Part Shade, Full Shade|
|Hardiness Zone||4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9|
|How Different?||It is an exceptional clone for both habit and leaf form and color, and no mildew problems.|
|Landscape Value||Shade garden, mixed beds, under high branching shrubs or woodland.|
|Most Active Growing Season||Spring, Winter|
|Size (HT/W/FL HT)||15" / 20" / 10"|
|Water (Garden)||Prefers average to moist soil.|
|Special Uses||Deep South, Deer Resistant, Hummingbird Attractor, Winter Color|
|Comments||This variety can also take a lot of sun in the Pacific Northwest. Plants wilt rapidly if the soil is too dry. Can be root pruned when grow too large for pot. Crown will re-root quickly. Pulmonaria prefer their roots cool.|
Our flashiest Pulmonaria with great garden vigor, compact growth habit, and mildew-resistance. Shimmering silver-white leaves are rounded with a thin edge of darkest green. Heat and humidity tolerance make it a good choice for the South. One of the favorites of the entire TERRA NOVA® breeding team! Small, pale, blue-white flowers.
USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 4-9
Size (HT/W/FL HT): 15″ / 20″ / 10″
Exposure: Part Shade, Full Shade
Bloom Time(s): April, May
|Water (Greenhouse)||Dry moderately between waterings.|
|EC||1.0 – 2.0|
|pH||5.6 – 6.8|
|Fertility Needs||150 – 200 ppm|
|Notes||8 week vernalization required for flowering, plant size. Transplant to 1-gallon pots late summer/early fall for full plants in late winter.|
|Finish Time to 4″||5 – 7 weeks|
|Finish Time to Gallon||—|
|Day Length for Flowering||Day Neutral|
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