Gardening tips and more from KIRO Radio's Ciscoe Morris
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Plant of the Week: Brunnera Jack Frost

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"Brunnera Jack Frost, also known as Chinese Forget-Me-Nots, forms a nice size clump of heart shaped 5-inch wide, beautiful silvery-white leaves which remain attractive all season long in a shady location. As an added attraction, airy light blue forget-me-not flowers rise above the foliage on 18-inch stems in spring. Even better - slugs and snails never touch the beautiful foliage." - Ciscoe Morris

Key feature: Dramatic foliage color

Plant type: Perennial

Light needs: Partial sun

Growth rate: Slow

Water needs: Needs wet or constantly moist soil.

Average landscape size: Foliage to 12 in. tall, creeping slowly by rhizomes; flower stems to 18-in.

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