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Betony Stachys
1. Sentimental Journey
Delicate, orchid-like flowers, strongly trailing habit and excellent summer performance; low maintenance. Provides a stunning backdrop for spires of cool pink flowers. This phenomenal Stachys has an extended bloom time and is a stand out.   Click to display 'Sentimental Journey' tag image 4"-8" 12"-14" 10-11 4˝" White
Stachys officinalis
2. Pink Cotton Candy
A new introduction from Chicago Botanic Garden's Richard Hawke, Stachys 'Pink Cotton Candy' is destined to be a cottage-garden favorite. Tall wands of two-toned, light and dark pink blossoms arise in incredible numbers above clumps of tidy, green leaves. Easy to maintain, and takes light shade in hot climates. 9C-South Click to display 'Pink Cotton Candy' tag image 22"-24" 16"-20" 4-8 8" Green
Betony (Alpine) Stachys monnieri
3. Hummelo
this species forms large, rounded clumps of green, long and narrow, textured leaves. It is lovely even when it's not in bloom. In midsummer, sturdy spikes of lavender-rose flowers shoot up through the foliage, putting on quite a display.   Click to display 'Hummelo' tag image 18"-20" 18" 4-8 8" Green
Betony (Dwarf) Stachys minima
4. minima
Very rarely encountered in gardens, this charming low species first forms a ground-hugging rosette of large and crinkly leaves. In early summer it bears upright stems that hold chubby spikes of magenta-purple flowers.   Click to display 'minima' tag image 6"-8" 8"-12" 6-9 8" Green
Stachys officinalis
5. Densiflorus
Bright lavender-pink flower spikes appear June through August above extremely dense, compact rosettes of green, glossy foliage. Good for the edge of the border.   Click to display 'Densiflorus' tag image 8"-10" 12"-15" 4-9 8" Green
Chinese Dunce Cap Orostachys iwarenge
6. Chinese Dunce Cap
Beginning as a low dense spreading mat (to 12” across) of lovely small blue-grey rosettes, it soon forms a multitude of pinkish conical spires inspiring one to imagine a little elfin cityscape. In late Summer-Fall, the spires reach 6” tall, blossoming with pink & white frilly flowers much like a miniature “Tower of Jewels”. Charming! Ideal for containers, rock gardens & fairy gardens! Will die after flowering but it self-sows & makes side rosettes to repeat its magic every year! 3D-North Click to display 'Chinese Dunce Cap' tag image 2"-6" 8"-12" 9-11 4˝" White
Golden Shrimp Plant Pachystachys lutea
7. Golden Shrimp Plant
Produces showy yellow blossoms from late spring to early summer. The actual flower is white, surrounded by the showy yellow bracts, in 4 inches long terminal spikes.   Click to display 'Golden Shrimp Plant' tag image 12"-32" 12"-24" n/a 6" Green
Lamb's Ears Stachys macrantha
8. Morning Blush
‘Morning Blush’ produces dozens of clustered spikes of pink-flushed tubular blooms over basal clumps in the late spring and early summer. The attractive dark- green foliage is heart-shaped with crenated margins. The dense foliage grows to four inches tall and the plants reach 14-16 inches in height when in bloom.     n/a n/a 12"-14" 18"-30" 4-7 4" Green
Lamb's Ears, Woolly Betony Stachys byzantina
9. Fuzzy Wuzzy
A splendid choice for adding soft texture to the landscape. Grown for its attractive foliage. Boldly accents other selections. Makes a dependable mixed border plant. Combines beautifully with small ornamental grasses.   Click to display 'Fuzzy Wuzzy' tag image n/a 14"-16" 18"-20" 4-8 6" Green
10. Helene von Stein (Big Ears)
This selection has huge leaves that are at least twice the size of regular lamb's ears. It is listed as a non-flowering cultivar, though it rarely does send up a few small flower stalks. It is more heat and humidity tolerant than other varieties.   Click to display 'Helene von Stein (Big Ears)' tag image 10"-18" 18"-24" 4-8 8" Green
11. Lamb's Ear, Woolly Betony
Mats of velvety soft, grayish-white leaves. Flowers may be removed for best foliage effect.   Click to display 'Lamb's Ear, Woolly Betony' tag image n/a 12"-15" 12"-18" 4-10 4" Green
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