Thanks, Todd. I had been unfamiliar with Brunnera until I liked what I saw for the themed Pinebrook Children's Garden. I used an older variety - I can't recall the name of that variety with the characteristic heart-shaped green leaves - in the "Beginnings" section about my sister's August wedding. The whole garden is a memorial tribute to my sister Laura.
Then I saw Jack Frost and bought it, in spite of it's pricier cost. It's LOVELY in "Away in a Manger", the section on Christmas, winter and cardinals. The early spring forget-me-not like flowers were an unexpected bonus. (My sister loved blues - I tend to not use blues in my own gardens.}