Brunnera is most at home in woodlands or along a shady streambed, where it will form a lush understory of quiet beauty. One of its common names, False Forget-me-not, refers to the intense azure flowers. But you'll grow 'Looking Glass' for its striking silvery leaves, which reflect every bit of light, adding a mirror gloss to a woodland border or beds on the north side of your house. Tuck 'Looking Glass' Brunnera among matte-finished Hostas or Ferns for a ray of light in dark places. The white bottlebrush flowers of Tiarella wherryi in spring and curious late-summer blooms of Tricyrtis 'Taipei Silk' will give you a combination that pleases from spring to fall.
'Looking Glass' is an even more silvery selection of 'Jack Frost' , one of the more exciting perennials for shade in recent memory. PP 17,829.