Brunnera macrophylla, Siberian Bugloss, gets its genus name from well-known and respected botanist Samuel Brunner (1790-1844). The Siberian bugloss is a clump-forming perennial that likes shady areas. Its dark green, heart-shaped foliage are the foundation to tiny blue clusters of flowers. Plant in a ass, as groundcover, along borders or in woodland areas. You can plant these in containers. They like well-drained soil and cool summer weather.