What's The Best Thing To Do With A Lamb's Ear That Has Been Beat Up By A Hail Storm?

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I have a Lamb's Ear that comes back beautifully every year, it was beat to heck in a hail storm a few days ago and I'm wondering what would be best to do it with it, cut it all back or just the damaged areas, where shall I prune it. Thank you so much

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Answer #1 · Maple Tree's Answer · Hi Melinda-I would cut back any of the stems that are badly damaged back near the ground. If the whole plant is damaged I would just cut the plant back by 1/2 for now. Then in the spring next year you can cut the entire plant back close to the ground if it needs to look fresh and nice again with all new foliage.

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