Lamb’s-ears are one of the most popular foliage perennials, used widely for edging along pathways and borders. This strain forms a dense carpet of soft and fuzzy silver leaves, bearing upright spikes of magenta-lavender flowers in early summer. Clip spent bloom stems off to tidy up the clumps for the rest of the season. Drought tolerant once established. Clumps are easily divided in spring or early fall. Evergreen in mild winter regions.