Brunnera macrophylla

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Brunnera macrophylla
Brunnera macrophylla

Siberian bugloss
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Binomial:Brunnera macrophylla
Family:Boraginaceae
Weediness:weedy

Siberian Bugloss is an herbaceous perennial grown for its blue flowers and shade tolerance.

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This plant is a clump-forming perennial with a woody rootstock. Leaves are heart-shaped, coarse, and medium-greem (though a variegated cultivar is common in the trade). Abundant small blue flowers are produced in spring.

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Pests and Diseases[edit | edit source]

Botrytis, Leaf Spot, Fusarium, Phytopthora, Thielavpiosis, Rhizoctonia, Pythium.

Aphids, Slugs and Snails, Fungus Gnats, Foliar Nemetodes.

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