Russian Sage pruning?
Okay, I've tried a few different times to grow Russian Sage, last year my husband ran over the ones in the backyard with the lawn mower after he THOUGHT our dog killed them(they were damaged but still alive). Anywho, we planted some more in our flower bed last summer/fall and I just planted another in a different bed we just started this spring. They are leafing out at the bottom, I have never pruned them though and I know it should be done in the spring...So should I? I read somewhere on here that someone said they don't prune them for the first 3 years so as to allow them to build up a woody base, but then I've read others prune them every year. They are probably about 2 ft tall...should I at least prune the very thin spindly top growth from last year?