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
How To Grow & Use Wooly Lamb's Ear
Lamb's Ear (Facts about the useful herb and landscape plant -- it's a softie,and easy to grow, too!)
BHG - heuchera plum pudding, Helen von stein lamb's ear, geranium ballerina; allium summer beauty
Lamb's Ear Growing Tips - (Stachys Byzantina
Try growing lamb's ear in your garden. This plant is a variety of perennial herb with fuzzy green leaves and pretty pure purple flowers on long stalks. It is easy to grow and makes a great ground cover.
LAMB'S EAR. Divide every 3-4 years. Shear back flowering stems close to ground level after they've finished blooming and they'll sprout heathy new stems and leaves. In spring apply thin layer compost and 2" mulch.
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!)