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propagating perennials: Brunnera-Bugloss
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Friday, August 1, 2008


Propagating Brunnera or Bugloss can be done either in the spring or fall by digging up the plant and dividing the roots. What is interesting about Bugloss are the leaves, heart shaped and veined generally white/silver and green with blue forget-me-not type flowers that bloom in the spring and the varieties grow upwards of 12" in height and do well in full to partial shade in a moist fertile, fertilize in spring and summer, humus rich well draining soil. Bugloss is deciduous and generally deer resistant.

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