Foreign plants do not easily adapt to the Siberian climate. Often used as a groundcover or naturalized in shady spots. Often found in naturalized plantings in semi-shade or in the perennial border. Siberian bugloss performs well in zone 8 as long as you give it shade and keep its soil moist. This cultivar can grow to 18 inches tall when in bloom but is a more compact plant when not flowering. It took three years and 25 biologists to compile the "black book" of invasive plant species. Brunnera plants don’t do well in soil that dries out, neither will they flourish in soggy soil. Siberian Bugloss Large Hosta-like leaves and blue star-like flowers reminiscent of Forget-me-nots make this a plant a spring favorite. Siberian bugloss has large, fuzzy, heart-shaped leaves which support a cloud of tiny true blue flowers in the spring. Although its leaves emerge in spring with some green veining, they lose that veining as they mature. Siberian Bugloss: USDA Zone: 4-9: Plant number: 1.106.320. Looking Glass Siberian Bugloss Silvery leaves with little green veining. This selection makes a dynamic statement in the woodland garden. A superb specimen perennial, forming a gigantic mound of very large, heart-shaped, heavily silvered leaves. The 'Jack Frost' cultivar is named for the silvery appearance of its foliage. This plant has some cultivated varieties. Keep out of hot afternoon sun, as the leaves can scorch. Survivors in Siberia . Bugloss plants are early blooming and extremely long blooming for a biennial flower. Go to list of cultivars. It is a perennial, with blue flowers in spring. Sprays of blue Forget-me-not flowers appear in spring. When growing brunnera, locate the plant in part to full shade, and in well-drained soil that can be kept consistently and lightly moist. Very versatile, grow Anchusa Blue Angel as an accent plant, near water gardens or ponds, a border plant, a landscape specimen, or any place that you would like a burst of vivid blue! You can't go wrong with these flower seeds! Brunnera Siberian bugloss blooms in early to mid spring.