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Alexanders Great Brunnera

Alexanders Great Brunnera (77520)

4.70 stars, based on 10 reviews
Huge showy silver leaves with blue star shaped flowers. This vigorous shade loving perennial will quickly fill in your containers and shady garden locations. Alexander's Great Brunnera is deer resistant, and performs well in dry shade.
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Missouri

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The first year it put a lot of energy into roots, so the leaves stayed small and there were only a handful of them. The second year is much more impressive! Tons of growth, larger leaves, and adorable little blue flowers. This is my new darling of the shade garden.

Southern New Jersey

Alexander's Great Brunnera

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Brunnera's are one of my favorite shade plants but extremely hard to find in nurseries in my area. I ordered three and they all grew. I can't wait to see them next spring when they've had time to grow large. I'll definitely order from your company again.

SE Missouri

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Very pleased with how these are starting. Hoping time will make them awesome!

Central TX

Beautiful delicate leaves

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Leaves took about a month to appear, right as I was nervous about whether the plant was dead on arrival. The little leaves are filling out and lovely, perfect for shining out in a shady corner.

Alpharetta, Ga

Brunnera

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I ordered 3 Brunnera, and two looked great, but one was not viable. Holland Bulbs took care of me and promptly shipped out a replacement. The first two are putting on growth, and one has even produced some tiny flowers after only a few weeks. The replacement root has just been put in the ground, and it looked alive and well.

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