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'Helene von Stein' lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina 'Helene von Stein')
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'Helene von Stein' lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina 'Helene von Stein')
'Helene von Stein' lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina 'Helene von Stein'). Photo: Andrew Keys
Lamb’s Ear (Stachys byzantina) Grown for its carpet of fuzzy silver foliage, lamb’s ear is used
Lamb’s Ear (Stachys byzantina) Grown for its carpet of fuzzy silver foliage, lamb’s ear
them incredibly versatile. Think of lamb’s ear, olive leaves, eucalyptus and lichen on a craggy cliff.
7. Lamb’s ear (Stachys byzantina) Grown for its
7. Lamb’s Ear(Stachys byzantina)Grown for its carpet of fuzzy silver foliage, lamb’s ear is used extensively in gardens from
has many names; you might find her sold as 'Big Ears' or 'Helen von Stein Zeppelin'. Most lamb's ears don't thrive in humid climates, but if you want to
Is this also called "Lamb's ears?...Lamb's ear glisten in the moonlight
“don't forget Lamb's Ear!” — dameek
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
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What are the white flowers behind the lambs ear.
Lamb's ears...I have them too and they are fun and fuzzy, but they are a beast to
Beautiful! Lamb's Ears spread quickly, so each of these clumps may have begun with just one or
them. There are many plants with soft gray leaves that go by the name Lamb's Ears, so check the tag for more info. Many of them have beautiful flowers;
Lambs ear (Stachys byzantina). Lemon Queen(lavender cotton) santalina
Great Gray PlantsLamb's ear is a prolific, spreading bear of a plant, but I still love it for its
of the softest edgings that really blends this border to the path is lamb's ears (Stachys byzantina). Stachys was a favorite edging plant of Gertrude Jekyll
“mix of plants” — Sage Design
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Lambs ears will Really spread. Be careful.
Side path with Lamb's Ear (Stachys) water-saving
edging = Stachys (lamb's ears) - good for water saver
soft clumps of lamb's ears forming the boundaries of the path. Tiny ground covers occupy the crevices and cracks
Try using mounds of lamb's ear to break up banks of green along a pathway, or even try making a pathway completely out of lamb's ear. Can you imagine how
include lamb's ears (Stachys byzantina, zones 4 to 9), verbena (Verbena spp) and woolly thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosus, zones 4 to 8). Shown: Lamb's earsMore:
Cover the groundGround-covering plants, such as this lamb’s ear (Stachys), are the water-saving gardener’s best friend. Not only do they
lambs ears edging on thyme and slate...lambs ear along edge of stone path
“Lambs Ear lined stone path” — Rhonda Grapes
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Lamb's ear holds its form under a light frost. This is Stachys byzantina 'Helen Von Stein', USDA zone 4-9.
clump of lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina, zones 4 to 9)...
This clump of lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina)
Lambs ear feels fuzzy and soft. Cold weather plant!
This clump of lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina, zones 4 to 9) sparkles
This clump of lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina, zones 4 to 9) sparkles with frost on cold mornings. Its textured foliage holds up through freezing rain, hail
Lamb's ear is great cold weather plant...lambs ear is missing in our garden
“'This clump of lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina, zones 4 to 9)...” — Stephen
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
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plants in this photo are Japanese Silver Grass, English Lavender, and Lamb's Ear.
Japanese silver grass, English Lavender and lambs ear
Japanese Silver Grass, English Lavender, and Lamb's Ear. Lower pool suggestion
Japanese silver grass, lambs ear, lavendar
english lavender, lamb's ear with miscanthus sinensis "Morning Light"
English Lavender, and Lamb's Ear with Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning
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the new pool and clipped hedge knot garden. Plantings of lavender and lambs ear soften the edges of the paving. Seasonal color and movement are used throughout
We did a planting of Stachys byzantina, Lamb's Ears from 1 gallons, photo taken about two years after planting.... ...
silver of lambs tongue with silver-blue of lavender
Lambs ear along a pathway. Soft grey/silver against dark green.
ing habit, but they might need to be edged with another plant such as lamb’s ear (Stachys byzantina) to help create a barrier along the path to reduce
ng habit, but they might need to be edged with another plant, such as lamb’s ear (Stachys byzantina, shown here opposite a border of lavender), to help
lavender laning, lambs ear sagte kante...side yard -lambs ears and lavender...Lambs ear and Lavender as path borders....lambs ear in front of roses
“spanish lavendar” — dabrams17
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addition to beds and borders. Mix it with yellow flowers, purple sedums and lamb’s ears. USDA zones: 4 to 9 Water requirement: Drought tolerant Light requirement:
addition to beds and borders. Mix it with yellow flowers, purple sedums and lamb’s ears. USDA zones: 4 to 9 Water requirement: Drought tolerant Light requirement:
addition to beds and borders. Mix it with yellow flowers, purple sedums and lamb’s ears. USDA zones: 4 to 9Water requirement: Drought tolerantLight requirement:
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Hi, I love this mix of plants. I believe I recognize some lamb's ears, salvia (Caradona ?) but I am not sure about the others. Would you mind
delayed response! The plants we used here are: Salvia 'May Night'. The lamb's ear has been very aggressive and I would recommend using it sparingly... The
Purples, Blues and Lambs Ear! Perfect combination!
The salvia we used here is actually Salvia 'May Night'. The lamb's ear has been very aggressive and I would recommend using it sparingly... The
this with the minimum of fuss. In this sunny garden, the silver-leaved lamb’s ear is used very effectively but, depending on the conditions in the garden
3. Use a strong color to unify a large garden space. Silvery lambs' ears echo the color of the home's facade and serve as a foundation for the
love lambs ear with the allium?
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