I have a relatively large patch of Lamb’s Ear. Every spring I spend quite a bit of time taking the dead leaves from in between the new growth. Is it possible to cut it all back in the fall with out killing it? Also, my daughter’s Mother-in-law would like some of it. She is starting out fresh this spring in a new place. What is the best way to separate it? Can I just dig some of it up and make sure it has enough roots? Thank YouLindae mail: llh_5707@yahoo.com

You can dig up a clump to share as long as you do it right away and she’ll have to keep it well watered for awhile.  After a couple of good hard freezes in the fall, you could cut you lamb’s eay flowers spikes off near the ground but leave some of the lower leaves.


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