Lamb’s Ear

Common Name: Lamb’s Ear, Lamb’s Tongue, Woolly Wouldwort

Botanical Name: Stachys byzantina

Family: Lamiaceae

Native: Turkey, Iran and Armenia

Colors: Silvery gray-green.

Description: You can identify Lamb’s Ear by its fuzzy, pale, silvery gray-green foliage. This low growing, spreading plant is typically grown for its characteristic suede-like texture and color. In its early season you can spot flower spikes in shades of pink, purple and white.

Fun Facts: Lamb’s Ear are adaptable plants, drought tolerant. They are extremely easy to grow but very difficult to kill. This silvery foliage can enhance the color of other blooms beautifully.

In Season: Year round