Pulmonaria ‘Lisa Marie’ PPAF

Huge flowers and huge foliage!

Common Name Lisa Marie lungwort
Botanical Name Pulmonaria ‘Lisa Marie’ PPAF
Size 15-18" tall by 18-24" wide
USDA hardiness Zones 4-8
Sun / Shade Part sun to full shade
Soil Average garden soil
Moisture Moist, but well-drained
Disease and Pests None known
Landscape use Borders, containers, foundations, ground cover, shade gardens
Market appeal / Uniqueness Huge, raspberry colored flowers in spring are followed by 18-24" long, spotted leaves. this deer and drought resistant perennial is a must have.
Propagation Methods Tissue culture, vegetative cuttings
Bloom Time spring

Angela and Linda’s Garden Notes:

This new pulmonaria was discovered by Brad and Lisa Grover in their home garden in northern Illinois. This lungwort was selected for its huge flowers, 10-12″ long leaves, and consistent leaf markings. Lisa Marie is a lovely plant with uniform, vigorous growth, and huge florets on long, sturdy flower stalks. The plant is loaded with flowers in late spring and then the foliage is a show stopper for the rest of the season. Plant this beauty in part to full shade for a stunning, spotted ground cover that will provide seasonal interest from spring to late fall.