Lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina).
Lamb's ear is a low growing, mat-forming perennial in the mint family with very fuzzy, pale, silvery gray-green foliage. They are grown primarily for the color and texture of their foliage, although the species does have flower spikes early in the season. Lamb's ear comes originally from the Middle Eastern Europe, especially Turkey and Iran. Lamb's Ear can be invasive in warmer climates and very hard to eradicate.
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