I live in New Jersey and I received my lamb's ear plant. I am concerned that we will still have frost -- is it OK to plant it in the ground now?
Can I Plant Lambs Ear in April?
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Lamb's ears are hardy to zone 4. It can be planted out this spring when the ground has thawed, and I would suggest waiting until danger of frost has passed.
My recommendation would be to keep it in a sunny location indoors and care for it until it's safe to transfer outside. It really won't be long to wait to insure it's success in your garden.
Here is a link about lamb's ears.
I love lamb's ears in the garden, I'm sure you will too!