Compact, dwarf, bushy plants of lance-shaped, gray-green foliage grow a profusion of dainty flowers. An old-fashioned favorite. Blooms in spring. Short-lived perennials that self-seed to come back for many years. Easy to transplant.
Prolific producer of clusters of pale pink flowers, each with a tiny yellow eye. Plants form a low mound of grey-green leaves, excellent contrast for massing with spring-blooming bulbs. Versatile plant works equally well in borders, containers or cut-flower gardens
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Wild ginger – The evergreen glossy, heart-shape foliage of European wild ginger provides an elegant contrast to forget-me-nots in light shade.
Columbine – In myriad hues, the dainty dancing flowers of columbines are charming above a sea of forget-me-nots in sun or light shade.
Bleeding heart – The low mounds of ferny leaves and heart-shape, rosy pink flowers of fringed bleeding heart contrast well forget-me-nots in texture and color. They bloom at the same time and enjoy similar conditions.
Corydalis – Loose mounds of blue-green cut leaves and bright yellow flowers produce a pleasing complementary contrast with forget-me-nots on shady slopes.