Lamb's Ears - Showy edge-of-border silver-leaf perennial. Extremely drought-tolerant once established. Very attractive when planted below or in front of burgundy foliage
BHG - heuchera plum pudding, Helen von stein lamb's ear, geranium ballerina; allium summer beauty
Lamb's Ear (Facts about the useful herb and landscape plant -- it's a softie,and easy to grow, too!)
lamb's ear- flowering like crazy! great for bees, butterflies and humming birds extremely drought tolerant once established
Lamb's Ear: Stachys byzantina. Perhaps the most well-known species of the lamb's ears. 'Countess Helene von Stein' (also called 'Big Ears') is a popular cultivar that offers leaves double the size (four inches across and up to 10 inches long!)
A planting of silvery Stachys ‘Big Ears’, the dark Sedum ‘Matrona’, phlox ‘Rosa Pastell’, with Echinops ritro ‘Veitch’s Blue’ to the rear (Left) and Agastache foeniculum (Right).
Lamb's Ear...easy to grow, soft to touch, beautiful purple flowers attract honey bees, and it's a natural bandaid.
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