1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006


Pulmonaria hybrids

‘Raspberry Splash’ sports neon raspberry-pink clusters bloom over dark green, silver-spotted foliage in late spring. The cultivar has a more upright growing habit, flowers profusely, and offers resistance to powdery mildew.

‘Pretty in Pink’ features large, bright rose-pink flowers in large flower clusters over a low and wide habit. Dark green leaves are lightly to moderately speckled with silver. This plant thrives in part shade to full shade as long as you provide moisture.

‘Shrimps on the Barbie’ is named for the shrimp-pink color of the large blossoms. The flowers on this generously sized Lungwort look just right atop a nest of green leaves festooned with silver spots.

‘Mrs. Moon’ grows bright pink flowers that open in early spring and turn blue with maturity. Spotted foliage contrasts well with other shade perennials.

These hardy shade-loving natives of Europe and Asia are among the easiest for low light. They spread slowly to form an attractive three-season ground cover. Soil rich in organic matter and regular watering produces the best results, and pruning back foliage right after bloom will stimulate new growth that looks great through the rest of the season.