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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Lambs Ear

With some plants, it's just obvious how they got their name!

15 comments:

  1. I love Lambs' Ears! (The plants and the real thing.) So fuzzy!

    Kat

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  2. Pretty Plant! I love your yard clippings. Your yard must be so pretty and colorful.

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  3. I have never seen or heard of this plant.... but I love it already.

    Is it in your yard?

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  4. Wanda ~ yes, it's from my yard! It's a fast spreading perinneal and it gets tiny pink flowers on it.

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  5. I haven't heard the name, but I think I may have seen them before. I'd love to see a panoramic picture of your yard sometime. You have a wonderful variety of things to share with us.

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  6. I never knew that but it really shouldn't be a surprise as I don't have the emerald thumb. ha ha Thanks for sharing and hope you had a great weekend!

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  7. i stumbled here and think your life story is so interesting. i love the names you picked for your four boys. we have three children and are hoping for one more :)

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  8. I've never seen a Lambs Ear... are they as soft as they appear?

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  9. SO VERY pretty...and delicate.

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  10. Mg ~ yes, they are thick and fuzzy like real lambs ears!...or bunnies! :)

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  11. At some point in my childhood I saw these plants growing in a relative's garden .... how nice to see them again after so many years.

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  12. Oh my - we have tons of lambs ear in our backyard. I love it... until... until... until it blooms and then it's ACK! overnight it sprouts like mad! LOL Other than that we love it :)

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  13. one of my true garden favorites!

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