· Brent Wilson's Answer
· Hi Glenna - Yes, you can cut back the plant or remove sections of the lambs ear plants as John has described. It responds well to heavy pruning. I would suggest removing no more than 1/3 of the plants growth during a single pruning in spring. If you have the flowering variety of lambs ear it is best to deadhead the spent flowers. You can remove dead or damaged leaves any time of year.
Hope this information was helpful and let me know of you have any further questions.