Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign'


9cm pot
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  • Position: partial shade
  • Soil: humus-rich, moist, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: March to May
  • Flower colour: blue-violet
  • Other features: dark green, unspotted leaves
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Delightful, large blue-violet flowers borne in spring above unspotted, dark green foliage. An excellent groundcover plant for a shady spot. Choose a place where the soil retains moisture over the summer and where the bright flowers can be fully appreciated.

  • Garden care: Lift and divide large clumps every three to five years after flowering or in autumn. Cut back plants affected by mildew to the ground, water and feed - the plant will regenerate and produce new leaves later in the year.

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Lovely coloured flowers

By Bluebell

from Midlothian, Scoltand

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    Comments about Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign':

    My review is based on identical plants that have been established for several years and not the ones bought in early summer 2016 which are yet to flower. The older plants give many weeks of bright blue flowers. The new plants have grown well in shade and I expect them to start flowering in spring 2017.


    easy & pretty

    By Spookie

    from Southampton

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    • Healthy


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      • Outdoors
      • Patio

      Comments about Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign':

      A pretty plant, have in 3 different colours. Some in pots & some in rockery. They did very well with all the rain, so assuming will be hardy. Stay green too, even now the leaves are green (December).

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