The Caucasian forget-me-not Brunnera 'Alexanders Great' - Organic blue - Hardy plant

Brunnera macrophylla 'Alexanders Great'

The Caucasian forget-me-not Brunnera 'Alexanders Great' - Organic blue - Hardy plant

Brunnera macrophylla 'Alexanders Great'
For a shady garden
Large, silver-coloured leaves. A perennial with a stunning appearance and a striking name! The Caucasian forget-me-not 'Alexander's Great' (Brunnera). The organic plant provides excellent ground cover in a shady garden. The plant produces blue flowers in the summer months.
Plant the 'Alexanders Great' in open ground or in a pretty pot. Position the plant so that is in partial shade. Keep the soil around the roots moist. But it should never be soaking wet.
The plant is grown organically. In other words, no chemical pesticides have been used to grow the plant. For a healthy garden!
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Estimated delivery time : 4-6 working days

Latin name: Brunnera macrophylla 'Alexanders Great'
Delivery type: Supplied as container plant
Guarantee: 6 months growth and flowering guarantee
Color: Blue
Preferred location: Sun, Half shadow
Green stayer: No
Leafs all year: No
Hardy plants: Yes
Self polinating: No
Edible: No
Scented: Not Scented
Grafted: No
Cutting flowers: No
Growing Height: 30 - 40 cm
Planting distance: 20 - 30 cm

Plant Brunnera macrophylla in the garden or in a pot after receiving it. Prepare a sufficiently large planting hole and loosen the soil thoroughly. Improve poor garden soil by mixing in compost and granulated cow manure. Place the root ball of the Siberian bugloss at the correct depth in the planting hole. The top of the root ball should be just below ground level. Fill the planting hole with soil, press down firmly and water immediately after planting. You can also put Brunnera macrophylla in large pots. Siberian bugloss plants grow well in fertile, reasonably moist soil in a spot in partial shade or shade.

Siberian bugloss in the garden

Brunnera macrophylla plants are strong perennials that can grow in the same spot for years. Siberian bugloss is one of the most popular foliage plants. Even in shade this perennial grows excellently well. You can plant Siberian bugloss as a solitary plant between lower plants. The leaves will combine beautifully with, for instance, spotted deadnettle (Lamium maculatum 'Beacon Silver') and lilyturf (Liriope muscari 'Moneymaker'). Or combine the spotted leaves of Siberian bugloss with other shade loving plants, such as Astilbe, granny's bonnet, large-leaf hostas and Japanese anemones.


Brunnera macrophylla is an easy plant requiring little care. Make sure the soil around the roots does not dry out. Soil that is too dry is not well tolerated. It is however an excellent perennial that is winter-hardy and stays green for part of the winter season. In spring, remove the faded leaves and you will very soon see new foliage. Siberian bugloss flowers in spring.

Ground cover

In a shaded garden, Brunnera macrophylla will be an excellent ground cover and spreads naturally under trees and bushes without becoming invasive. .


The Siberian bugloss is particularly known as a foliage plant, as it remains green virtually throughout the year. However, the inflorescence is also very beautiful. The small forget-me-not like flowers also have a lot of charm, located on stems that only just protrude from the foliage.

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