How to care for   Lamb’s ears plants

Lamb's ear is a glossy-loving perennial with soft, fluffy, pale-colored leaves.

Lamb's ears are planted mostly for its leaves in the garden border or in containers.

Because of its velvety texture, this foliage plant, also known as lamb's ear, is often suggested for planting in schools.

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You can grow grow lamb’s ears in the garden bed, border, or in a pot.

Lamb’s ears does produce pinkish-purple or white bloom on tall stalks in the late spring to summer.

Lamb’s ear plants like to thrive in average, well-drained soil with slightly acidic pH.

Ideally spring is the best time to plant lamb’s ear, so that it gets established during cooler weather.


They can be propagated from seeds, cutting and division. However, the best and easiest way to propagate them is from division.

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