Lamb’s Ear


Common name : Lamb’s Ears

Scientific name : Stachysbyzantina

Family : Lamiaceae

Native land : Central-Eastern Turkey, Northern Iran, Caucasus

Lamb’s ear is a hardy herbaceous perennial. The shape of the leaf and texture resemble a lamb’s ear. It is popular for its thick, soft, velvety, silver-grey leaves. The leaves are evergreen in warm climates, but will depreciate considerably in harsh winters. Small-leaved flowering stems with terminal spikes of insignificant, tiny, purplish-pink flowers appear in summer rising above the foliage to 10-15 inches tall. Once established, the plants are reasonably drought-tolerant, making this a good choice for a dry sunny border or gravel garden.

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