Just in-case you didn’t know it, Jack Frost Brunnera is the perennial of 2012, as decided by the Perennial Plant Association (http://www.perennialplant.org/). Thought you might want to know this tidbit of information. Now, get to planting.
As they say:
“Brunneras are treasured for their shade tolerance and early baby-blue, forget-me-not like flowers. Brunnera macrophylla ‘Jack Frost’ has enchanting silvery leaves with green venation and a thin green margin. One common name for this perennial is heartleaf brunnera because the emerging leaf enlarges to a heart shape.”
Plant in zones 3-8. P.S. I’m taking gardening classes, if you can’t tell.