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Stachys (stay'-kis)

Lamb's Ear

The beautiful woolly, silver-gray foliage resembles a lamb's ear. Erect flower spikes bloom in summer and may be dried for crafts or removed to maintain uniformity as a ground cover. Wonderful when used for contrast in the border. Companion Plants: Aruncus, Dianthus, Salvia, Sedum, Viola.

byzantina

Erect silver spikes with small, light pink flowers, woolly, silver-gray foliage, blooms late spring - early summer, grows 12-18".

Hardiness Zone: 3-8, AHS Heat-Zone: 8-1

Full Sun Deer ResistantGood for Dry LocationsGround Cover

byzantina 'Big Ears'

Woolly, silver-gray foliage is twice the size of other Stachys, non flowering, tolerant of heat and humidity, blooms late spring - early summer, grows 12".

Hardiness Zone: 3-8, AHS Heat-Zone: 8-1

Full Sun Deer ResistantGood for Dry LocationsGround Cover

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byzantina 'Helene Von Stein'

Also known as Big Ears. Low growing plant produces a dense mat of woolly silver-gray leaves with a velvet feel. spikes of purplish-pink flowers arrive on tall spikes in the summer. 10-12".

Hardiness Zone: 4-9

Full Sun Deer ResistantGood for Dry LocationsGround Cover

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