Pulmonaria ‘Pink-a-Blue’

(1 customer review)
  • Great Foliage,
  • Pink & Blue Blooms,
  • Early Season Color

Pulmonaria ‘Pink-a-Blue’

(1 customer review)
  • Great Foliage,
  • Pink & Blue Blooms,
  • Early Season Color

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(Lungwort) Start coloring up your garden early by adding some early season bloomers to your garden. Pulmonaria ‘Pink-A-Blue’ features silvery green foliage with white dots for season-long foliage interest brightening up dark shade locations. Late spring bubblegum pink buds appear that turn into periwinkle blue flowers. The buds and blooms appear simultaneously creating a flurry of color on Pulmonaria ‘Pink-A-Blue’. Standing 16-18 inches tall and spreading up to 24 inches wide, this floriferous bloomer creates a nice variegated mound. Hardy in zones 3-9, ‘Pink-A-Blue’ likes to be grown in full to part shade locations with fertile moist soil. The hairy textured foliage is deer and rabbit resistant. The early season blooms are a welcome treat to the early arriving hummingbirds and pollinators. Plant in mass or as a border plant for early season color. Pulmonaria ‘Pink-A-Blue’ is a member of the Proven Winners® Perennial Collection.

Pulmonaria Pink-a-Blue’ PPAF
Common Name: Lungwort
Plant Type: Perennial
Brand: PROVEN WINNERS® Perennials
Hardiness Zone: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9What is my zone?
Max Height: 16 – 18 Inches
Max Spread: 22 – 24 Inches
Exposure: Part Shade (4-6 hrs.), Full Shade (0-4 hrs.)
Nature Attractions: Bee-Friendly, Hummingbirds
Critter Resistance: Deer, Rabbit
Flower Color: Blue Shades, Pink Shades, Purple Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Moderate
Attributes: Cut Flower or Foliage
Design Use: Border, Container, Massing

1 review for Pulmonaria ‘Pink-a-Blue’

  1. nan

    I ordered 3 of the Pink-a-Blue plants last year. They came up this mid-March, very cold, wet snowy Wisconsin weather where I’m on open farmland zone 4-5. It’s the 3rd week of April, and they’re still blooming, periwinkle blue and pink, profusely. I’m so impressed that I ordered 12 more quart pots to add to my previous 3 plants from Garden Crossings under an apple tree. I have noticed that early pollinators are visiting this plant, while there is very little else blooming this early here. Very pretty foliage when not in bloom, as well.
    I can’t wait until my plants fill out to form a carpet of color!

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