Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'
Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'

Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'

Shipment begins in Fall 2019

SKU: F37103
Quick Facts
Common Name: Lungwort
Hardiness Zone: 3-8S/W Exposure: Part Shade to Shade
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Blooms In: Apr-May
Height: 12" Spacing: 12-18"
Read our Growing Guide Ships as: 1 PINT 28.86 CU IN.
Deer Resistance: Yes
Shipping Details Shipment begins in mid September 2019, depending on your zone. See shipping tab for details

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The attractive raspberry-pink blooms appear early, but the brilliant silver-spotted leaves and upright habit are what make this an exceptional Lungwort. A cross between P. longifolia 'Bertram Anderson' and P. rubra 'Barfield Pink.' PP 12,138

These shade-loving natives of Europe and Asia are among the easiest and most desirable perennials for low light. They spread slowly from the initial clump to form an attractive ground cover. Choose a spot for them that stays moist (not wet) and has soil rich in organic matter. Cutting off old leaves right after bloom will stimulate a fresh crop that will look good for the rest of the season. They make an exquisite underplanting for Ferns, Hostas, and spring-flowering bulbs such as Daffodils. They're also useful as a soft but bright edging for a shady border. Not suited to conditions in the desert Southwest.

For more information on growing Pulmonaria, click Growing Guide.




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Interesting plant

Donna A. from Northern New York

These are interesting plants. We live in Zone 4, in northern New York. Planted three of these last fall; only two made it through the winter. They are blooming now and seem small, but very pretty. I often find that plants grow bigger in the second year.

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Muddy raspberry colored flowers

JoanieM6 from Virginia Beach, Va

I have three of these and I was expecting the color to be more like the one in the picture but they actually bloom a dark muddy brownish raspberry color.(Not sure if it's because of the soil here or not) The foliage is pretty though.

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Great colors and adds interest

Kooky from Lake Erie, Ohio

I have had these in my garden for at least 5 years. They come back beautifully every year. They are probably my single favorite thing I have growing - they are playful and the fun leaves last all summer. The raspberry flowers (tiny) are lush but only last through early June.

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Rachel - novice from Bernardsville, NJ

I have had this in my yard for 2 years, it is such a full foilage plant, I get so many compliments on it as it is placed near a picnic table we use often. We have it in a small raised bed with a rock ledge behind it as a backdrop, and it stands out beautifully. Once the flower dies back the leaves stay vibrant and beautiful. We have it planted near some ferns under the partial shade of a large maple tree, it does excellent in partial shade. It is also very easy to care for (as I am not the most accomplished gardener).

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Latin Name Pronunciation: pul-mo-nair'ee-uh  

Plant Pulmonaria in partial shade or shade and average to damp soil. Plants may disappear in a summer drought, then reemerge when the weather cools and rain returns.

In the South, plants may "mug off" in summer but generally reappear and bloom the following spring. Despite the plants' prickly leaves, slugs find Lungworts appetizing; set out shallow bowls of beer to keep the population in check, or put down diatomaceous earth (available at many garden centers).

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