Spikes of magenta flowers arise on grey woolly stems over dense mats of deliciously soft leaves which much resemble lamb's ears, one of their common names. A valuable and very-lived plant ideal for the edge of the border or a rockery. The odd variegated seedling may arise.
SOW FINELY & EVENLY AT ANYTIME IN GENTLE HEAT OR A WARM SPOT OUTSIDE. COVER THINLY. GROW ON INDIVIDUAL SEEDLINGS IN 3" POTS. PLANT OUT IN A WELL-DRAINED SHELTERED POSITION.
Common name:Stachys byzantina, Lamb's Ear