Lamb’s Ears

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As I am ending my Saturday evening, the rain is beginning to fall. Hoping it rains all night long. That will most certainly make this little Lamb’s Ear a happy camper! Have a great “rest of the weekend”. β™₯

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43 Responses to Lamb’s Ears

  1. I have some of that in the yard. The leaves sure are soft.

  2. Bonnie says:

    Come work in my garden?! πŸ™‚

  3. I echo Bonnie — care to come work in my garden? πŸ™‚

  4. bulldog says:

    Lovely captures .. don’t know the plant.. looks beautiful..

  5. I have never seen lamb’s ears. They’re awesome!

  6. I didn’t know they bloomed; then again, I can’t get them to grow. Brown Thumb you know.

  7. findingmyinnercourage says:

    You would always be welcomed to work in my garden. Beautiful!

  8. That first one is magical! Gorgeous shots.

  9. mimijk says:

    You are so, so talented!!

  10. Oh dear! I wish I’d taken the time to look up lamb’s ear earlier. I asked a friend what I had growing in my wildflower garden and she told me it was lamb’s ear. I asked if it bloomed and she told me no so I pulled it up and tossed it out. Your photos are wonderful but I especially like your photos of flowers.

  11. artsifrtsy says:

    Great captures with the bee – what lens are you using?

  12. *sigh* I haven’t seen rain in months! But the little Lamb’s Ears are so pretty, and I hope they got a nice drink of water!

  13. ly says:

    Love the up close and personal photo of the lamb’s ears. Never knew so many colors in that flower stalk. Lamb’s ears are one of my favorites–I’m putting them on my list for my next nursery visit. Hope you got needed rain. We have some to share here in Georgia. Lightning took out my internet connection taking three days to get up and going again.

    • Well if you lived closer I would sure share my lamb’s ear with you in the spring! We just got a smidge of rain….but my folks in Moore (just two hours away…) got 4 + inches. Oh I hate when the we lose our internet…..three days is a long time to be disconnected. But some good reading time!!

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