Description: Lamb's Ears is a low growing spreader with very fuzzy, pale, silvery gray-green foliage.
Hardy: Zone 3
Bloom Time: Late Spring into Early Summer
Height: 6 - 8" (12 -18" in flower), Width: 12"
Spacing: 16'' apart
Sun Needs: Full sun - part shade
Water Needs: Medium
Outstanding Features: Soft fuzzy foliage
Uses: Don't try to use Lamb's Ears as a specimen plant. They look best either as a rambling ground cover or as soft edging. As an edger, they will need to be kept within bounds. Besides spreading by roots, Lamb's Ears can self-seed profusely.
Tips: The silvery foliage makes a nice complement to purple flowering plants.