In this post I share a short video featuring how beautiful the Pulmonaria ‘Spot On’ perennial is in my home garden this spring. Enjoy a few growing tips and images below.
Pulmonaria ‘Spot On’ Perennial Video
It was so much fun enjoying the evening and morning blooms taking this video. You will see the bee that visits all day long to enjoy this space in my garden. The little blooms are joined by a few of my tulips I’ve had growing in this space way before adding the pulmonaria. It is fun to see how they work together well in the early spring. As the tulips dies back the pulmonaria ‘spot on’ foliage with cover it.
About the Pulmonaria ‘Spot On’ Perennial
‘Spot On’ Pulmonaria is a new introduction for Proven Winner Perennials. The Pulmonaria perennial is the perfect addition to any home garden welcoming spring early on. Flowers appear in early spring in my home garden under the Black Lace Shrub. The flowers of ‘Spot On’ open a unique deep salmon pink that matures to a rich blue color. Use the speckled foliage as an accent for other shade plants all the way into Autumn hard frost. Below are some key points to LOVE about this plant:
- Deer and Rabbit resistant
- One of the first plants to bloom in the spring after hellebores
- Beautiful Silver/grey shades foliage to enjoy after the blooms
- Easy to grow with little maintenance
- Border Plant, Container, Cut Flower, Cut Foliage, and mass planting makes this plant a winner!
Below is a photo of the original Pulmonaria I’ve had growing in my landscape since 2006. You can see that there aren’t many blooms in each clustering steam.
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Happy Spring Gardening,