In Ohio, can I prune back my Sage, Chives, Oregano and Thyme in late March?
They survived our fairly severe winter this year in Central Ohio, because I see green underneath the woody tops. I did not get them pruned very good last year, Spring nor Fall, because I had a broken ankle and could not get into the beds very easily.
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You can remove any dead plant material and trim back your outdoor herb plants if your winter frost period has passed. Here's an article that should help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/hgen/general-care-for-your-herb-garden.htm