Pulmonaria Spot On - National Garden Bureau
Pulmonaria are the perfect choice to signal the end of winter with cheerful flowers appearing in late spring. The flowers of 'Spot On' open a unique deep salmon pink that matures to a rich blue color. Silver speckling dusts the green leaves. This is one of the first Pulmonaria to have near-orange flower buds. Use the speckled foliage as an accent for other shade plants after its bloom season.
How To Grow Spring Blooming Hellebore Flowers
Besides being indestructible (deer, rabbit, mice, slugs don't eat them), these plants offer four seasons of interest beginning with their late winter through spring blossoms and continuing with their broad umbrella-shaped, evergreen, leathery green foliage.
Fall-Planted Bulbs Guarantee a Colorful Spring Garden
Remember: Different types of daffodils bloom at different times during the spring. The same is true for tulips and alliums. When purchasing bulbs, check the bloom times so you can enjoy a long season of flowers. And for many locations, as long as the ground isn't frozen, you can still plant bulbs for next Spring flowering! #fallisforplantingbulbs Learn more at