A lovely old garden favorite for the edge of a shady path or border. Its long leaves are lavishly dappled with silvery spots that glow brightly from early spring till hard frost. The graceful clusters of rosy buds open to flowers that start pink and age to deep blue. Use a grouping of 'Mrs. Moon' to create an attractive ground cover. Grow in soil that stays moist (not wet) and is rich in organic matter.
Grows best in a shaded landscape with evenly moist, well-drained soils. Slowly spreads by creeping roots to create a lush groundcover, but does not become invasive. Large plants can be divided in the fall if they become overcrowded.