Lungwort blooms in very early spring, giving your perennial beds a burst of color after the long Wyoming winter. Lungwort displays stunning clumps of silvery green leaves with shoots of pink and violet-blue flowers. It got its name due to the shape of their leaves resembling the shape of a lung, and was once even used for lung ailments. Lungwort thrives in partial to full shade environments, as well as an average to moist moisture levels in well draining soil, and will suffer in waterlogged or dry soils. Furthermore, It is deer resistant and cold hardy. This is a perfect burst of color for those impatient gardeners, when they can't wait for spring to start.