Common Names: lamb's ears
Size: To 1.5 ft. high and spreads by surface runners.
Flowers: Small purple flowers on short stems, late spring to first of summer; soft, thick, wooly white leaves 4 - 6 in.
Uses: Contrast to green foliage, border, ground cover, raised beds. Fire resistive.
Wildlife: Deer resistant. Rabbit resistant.
Water: Moderate water
Sun: Full sun or light shade
Pruning: Cut off flowers to accent foliage
Pests & Diseases: Heavy rain will mash plant down. Too much shade can lead to leaf disease.
Notes: Member of mint family (Lamiaceae). If rains or water cause center to die, divide and replant outer edges. Native to Turkey and southwest Asia. Hardy to 0° F.