Scientific Name: Stachys byzantina
Common Name: Wooly Lamb's Ear
Plant Type: Perennial
Where To Plant: Full Sun to Partly Shady
Soil Types: Average
Notes: Soft, downy foliage, formerly used to bandage wounds.
Lambís ear is a heat resistant ornamental plant classified as an herb that is native to Turkey, Armenia and Iran, though it can be found commonly in most parts of the world. As the name would suggest, lamb's ear produces leaves with a shape similar to that of a real lamb's ears. They are primarily a creeping plant that does not grow more than one foot high, though they do produce light purple flowers on tall spikes that can be raised over two feet high. They grow very easily.
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