Lambs Ear

Asked July 30, 2019, 5:22 AM EDT

A friend recommended lambs ear as a companion plant for sedum in my flower bed. Is lambs ear invasive? I don’t want it to end up in my husbands yard? Also what taller flowering plant would work best behind my row of sedum? I read that salvia or a sage would work nicely. Area is partly shaded. Photo is of the area I’m trying to add texture & color to.

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1 Response

Hi. I do not think lambs ear is invasive. How is drainage in the area?What is your email address and I will get back to you with some options on Monday. I need to do alittle research. You can email me your information at amanda.sears@uky.edu