Bursting Brunnera blossoms

Heralding the next step in the new spring’s pageantry of plant-life progress, I happily bring you our finally-flowering Brunnera macrophylla langtrees, aka Siberian Bugloss, about which I did a hopeful post (here) just a bit over a week ago,  in which I featured a previous emergence of the same plant.

Brunnera macrophylla langtrees315As you can see, only a few blossoms have chosen to lead the rest, and soon there should be a fine array of companions.  This is one of our favorites, and I’ll surely feature it again soon, with closer studies of the intricate, delicate flowers.

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2 Responses to Bursting Brunnera blossoms

  1. Lovely photo. It will be a beauty when it is fully in flower.

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