Being a wetland plant, it requires a lot of watering. But don’t overwater it.
Grow your elephant ear plant in slightly acidic soil.They grow in warmer climates in the wild.
Fertilize them with a fertilizer which is high in nitrogen. They are heavy feeders and require frequent fertilizing.
In extreme cold temperatures and frost, bring them inside or maintain a warm temperature if kept outside.
Plant it in a relatively shady part of your garden or place it indoors.
This plant should be removed or relocated with great care. Take my advice and either don’t relocate it or do it with great care, as its root segments are very fragile and complex and damaging even a few roots will cause the plant to die.