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  • Sue Brown

    The Herb Gardener: HOW TO GROW LAMBS EARS (Stachys byzantina). Love lambs ears!

  • Linda Wallace

    The Herb Gardener: Best Drought Tolerant Herbs for Your Summer Garden. Lambs ears - Wooly Lambs ears (Stachys byzantina) has few herbal uses these days, but once it was considered a great wound dressing. Today it's used primarily as a landscape plant. It's quite lovely, with fuzzy leaves and lavender stalks that can reach 18 inches high or a bit more if it's happy. It fills in so well it can become a bit of a pest. Children love it, though.

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Lamb's-ears (Stachys byzantina) has fuzzy leaves and produces flowers in white/pink/purple/violet/red depending on variety. *Sun/part sun *Drought tolerant *6-36" high & 12-48" tall (depending on variety; ground cover as well)) *Easy to grow *Butterflies & Hummingbirds

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this is adorable! i would love this on my carport ...or tiny screened porch if it would fit.