Lamb's Ear, Stachys byzantina
Lamb’s ear is a perennial in the mint family. Lamb’s ear is commonly grown for their soft fuzzy leaves, which are likened to the soft ears of lambs. The plants reach about 2 ft. in height and are covered with very fine hairs. The long oval leaves are green when young and mature to silvery green. Dainty purple-pink flowers cluster around the stem above the leaves. The plants are drought tolerant. They tend to rot in conditions that are too wet or humid. 50 seeds/3.00.