This perennial is hard to beat when it comes to groundcover for the shady garden. Brunnera macrophylla is nothing short of charming with its perfectly neat mounds of heart-shaped leaves followed by delightful lofty sprays of blue forget-me-not flowers in early Spring. Although it prefers moist conditions, Siberian bugloss can tolerate drought once established. Brunnera macrophylla partners well with those that enjoy similar conditions such as Dicentra spectabilis, Hostas and shade-loving spring bulbs. Resistant to grazing deer and rabbits. Attracts bees & butterflies.