Place in a dry and hot part of the garden. Hanging pots, succulent beds, rock gardens are all good homes.
Less is more. Let it dry right out and then give it a good drink.
A little fertiliser at the end of spring does the Pig’s Ear some good, but it is sensitive to so give it a big drink to make sure the fertiliser doesn’t scorch the plant. Remove the flowers as they wilt to encourage more growth.
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