blue Pulmonaria/Lungwort without pinkish stage of flower, do any exist?

Besides the white varieties, of course.
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Yes, quite a number of them. 'Blue Ensign' is probably the most widely known, no spotting on foliage. There is also P. angustifolia 'Azurea', 'Lovell Blue', 'E. B. Anderson', 'Munstead Blue' and 'Benediction' - no doubt more that I cannot think of at the moment.
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