How To Grow & Use Wooly Lamb's Ear • New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog
Learn how to grow and use the Wooly Lamb's Ear plant for medicinal purposes. It's also edible, and makes a very nice tea!
Allotment Dreams – Hello Victoria
allotment inspiration via A few months ago, Richard and I became the proud owners of an allotment! We had been trying to grow some things at his brother’s place, but found that we rarely had the time to make the drive out there in order to tend to it. After talking to a neighbor in …
Photo of the entire plant of Lambs' Ears (Stachys byzantina)
Ongoing CareToo much standing water captured within the leaves can result in leaf rot. Avoid this condition by dividing established dense growth. Divide plants every 3 to 4 years as new growth begins in the spring, lifting plants and dividing them into clumps. Cut back flowering stems close to ground level after they have finished blooming and they will sprout healthy new stems and leaves. An annual shearing renews the plant, removes all the dead leaves, and makes this plant grow neat and…
Heuchera 'Root Beer'
Root Beer Lovely rich red /terracotta coloured foliage combined with fat creamy yellow flowers. 'Root Beer' forms a tidy,neat mound of colour year round Lovely for sunny border or in containers Height 25cm Spread 30cm Well drained soil Sun/Part Shade
Australian Wildflower Seeds | Mr Fothergill's
Buy Australian Wildflower seeds online with Mr. Fothergill's. Our range includes a variety of Wildflower seeds that will add vibrant colour to your garden all year round.