While some Lamb's Ears cultivars don't produce flowers, this is the species that does, and the flowers are attractive to butterflies! The plant itself features thick, soft and velvety silver-gray leaves resembling a lamb's ears that form a spreading groundcover. In summer, spikes of tiny, purplish-pink flowers rise above the foliage. Some folks remove the flower spikes but we leave them on for the butterflies, and because they're pretty. The leaves emit a pleasant scent when crushed, but the deer and rabbits must not think it's pleasant because they turn their nose up to it. A fine textural and color plant that contrasts beautifully with most every other type of plant in the garden. Get all the details below!