I started growing Lamb's Ears in my Templeton herb garden at least ten years ago in a pot. It escaped, and then I brought a baby plant to
Paso Robles and put it in
The photo to the right shows that first potted Lamb's Ears plant in Templeton. To its left is a blooming bull thistle plant. You can also see a Lily of the Nile (blue) to the right and behind the bull thistle. The orange and yellow flowers are a combination of calendula and California golden poppies. The photo was taken near the end of June. You can click this photo or any other to enlarge it.
One of the first babies from this plant I put in Paso Robles is in this photo. This was taken in April before the plant started budding. That was back in 2013. Now the plant has spread to fill in all the empty space to the side and behind.
This shot was taken at the end of April, when the plant is just beginning to bud.
Here the plants are flowering at the beginning of May. All the flowers do not open at once. The flowers are tiny and delicate, but they attract bees. By June the flowers fill out a bit more.