The silver spotted foliage of Pulmonaria ‘Trevi Fountain’ blue lungwort is the perfect foil for intense blue spring flowers.

Most Pulmonaria varieties are delightful plants — 1-foot tall by about 2-feet wide with slightly fuzzy, deep green leaves and striking blue spring flowers. Unfortunately, many of them melt in our summer heat and humidity. ‘Trevi Fountain' is an exception, performing admirably through the growing season. In spring the silver-spotted foliage is covered over with intense blue flowers. And the leaves look good through the summer. It works best in full sun to light shade.  It has been observed that in heavier shade there are fewer flowers but larger darker green foliage see below. Lungworts are propagated by division after flowering.

Pulmonaria Trevi Fountain