Stachys

Stachys Or Lambs Ears

Perennials that are grown for the their popular soft hairy foliage.

There are a couple of varieties that made this plant well know and that is Stachys byzantina Silver Carpet and Big Ears, thats because they have large, silvery grey, super soft leaves and fantastic yellow candle like flowers.

They are excellent for children to feel and are often used in sensory gardens.

Once you have found this plant you will soon fall in love with the many other varities that they have to offer, such as humelio, again the lovely textured foliage that we know

Stachys make a lovely infusion tea that can be made with freshly chopped, dried or powdered leaves, it has always been said that it can help with sore throats, upset tummies and minor fevers!!

Where To Site Your Stachys

There is a plant that will suit your need whether it is a groundcover or a nice upright perennial that can go in the middle of the border.

How To Grow Your Stachys

Happy to be planted in full sun or semi shade. Once established the best thing about the silver foliage is that you know they can tolerate dry poor soils. 

These can be divided in spring, which helps in bringing older clumps back to life. 

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    Stachys Big Ears. White wooly perennial mat-forming which forms a carpet of very large intense silver, soft downy leaves. Grown as a foliage ground cover plant. Grow in full sun and well drained soil. H.20cm. Learn More
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