Posted: 18/09/2016 at 22:26
No, not the same thing at all but similar
it will make a plant some .60 to 80 cm high.
ophiopogon? Indeed it is a difficult plant in the garden.......I found it effective in a terracotta pot with white gravel and latterly in front of a yellow choisya but it would associate well with your polemonium. Side ny side...hmmm? Could you plant ophiopogon in front ? It grows only 15 cm or so tall so would contrast well. However, it is all very subjective. You son't need to associate plants but it is what I do. They then add up to more than they are separately!
those annuals! This is what we all have to decide about, viz., just when to pull them out. Keep them for as lomg as you enjoy them but then pot on polemonium but loosen the roots first, keep in pot unti ground is vacant. I have scores of plants potted on incl bulbs to plant out later or in spring.
your "very wet" site sounds doubtful for polemonium. Plant a fern there instead . A moist good soil but not a very wet soil for your polemonium Wakeshine.. not too much shade either or you will lose the variegation. Ideally sun in good soil.