Lamb's Ears spring maintenance...cut back?
Now that I am retired, I want to take better care of my garden. My lamb's ears tend to look ratty, and I noticed yesterday as I was cleaning the bed that most of the plant looks dead. That may be normal, but since I have never worked outside this early in the spring before, I don't have any comparison.
I did a quick search online, and read that in the spring you are supposed to cut back the plants to very close to the ground. Is this what you do?
Maybe this is why mine always look bad.