Or try fuzzy Stachys byzantina, which is textured like a lamb's ear
- perfect to encourage children to engage with nature through touch.
They are not fans of plants with fuzzy leaves, such as lamb's ear
, or a strong odour, like creeping phlox.
Covered buttons ran down the sheer lace back, and the gown was accented at the waist with a thin embellished belt The bride's lush bouquet was overflowing with white garden roses, ranunculus, rosemary, lavender, lamb's ear
and punches of dark dahlias.
Shoo Them Away With Flowers: Here's a deer-resistant barrier that doubles as a beautiful backdrop to any garden: A 6-foot wire fence with a 3-foot-wide flower bed full of deer-resistant perennials, such as goldenrod, Russian sage, lavender, coneflower, bellflower, yarrow, astilbe, tickseed, balloon flower, catnip, lamb's ear
, and ajuga for the ground cover.
Purple lamb's ear
and St John's wort are fine examples of cover for sloping areas Slopes can still be a colourful part of your garden
Younger readers will find the section on fairy house details particularly captivating, with its photographs of a lamb's ear
leaf lounge chair, a miniature breakfast table, a feather patio umbrella, a moss-and-stone dancing ring, even a birch bark outhouse.
As a medieval monk transcribes an illuminated manuscript with painstaking care and devotion, each leaf of my artwork carries an imprint of the Divine--the furry silk of lamb's ear
, the intricate veins of a kudzu leaf, the stout ridges of a sycamore leaf.
Hens-and-chicks, Lamb's Ear
, Cowbells, Horseradish, Horehound, and Goats Beard vie for their share of sunshine.
I've learned the necessity of boundaries and borders -- zoysia needs to be separated from the bed with the raspberries, Michaelmas daisies and lamb's ear
. On the other hand, some boundaries can go -- let the vinca by the back fence take over the long, narrow strip it seems to want.
--in memory of Denise Levertov, 1923-1997 Like your poems the high front yard faces a lake's inlet, Purple, pink, orange and yellow day lilies punctuate steep steps to your front door where lamb's ear
. allium, ivy and clematis cover the earth beneath fig and pear.
Stamp pad ink adheres especially well to downy leaves such as sage, lamb's ear
, dusty miller, or geranium, but many other kinds give good results as well.
Grow tactile plants such as furry lamb's ear
, tasty ones like chocolate mint plant or strawberries, and easy, heavy-fruiting ones, like courgettes and raspberries, to get children enthusiastic.