Stachys byzantina syn lanata ‘Lambs Ears’

Stachys ‘Lambs Ears’

Flowering Lambs Ears flower from summer to autumn.
Size Various
Maintenance Requires little maintenance once established. In spring, tidy older leaves to promote fresh growth. Fertilise in spring and autumn.
Position Full sun to part shade.
Uses Forms silvery mats of soft wooly foliage, making them attractive as a ground covers and a favourite of children for the furry foliage. Ideal when used as an edging, especially along footpaths or driveways.

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‘Lambs Ears’ are low growing ground covers and proven garden performers. Flourishing in dry conditions they require little care once established.

‘Big Ears’ – Deep pink flowers – 30cm high x 50cm wide

‘Cotton Balls’ – pink flowers – 30cm high x 50cm wide

‘Little Ears’ Pink/purple flowers – 10cm high x 30cm wide

byzantia – purple pink flower – 40cm high x 50cm wide

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