Although grown more for the texture and color of its foliage than for its bloom, lamb's ears does produce light purple flowers on tall spikes. Its texture can best be described as "velvety." Lending further interest to the foliage is its silvery color. The flower spikes reach 30 - 50 cm in height, but the rest of the plant stays much closer to the ground.Spread rapidly but is easy to control.
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