pruning a rosemary plant
I just took a look at my prostrate rosemary plant, still outside in a pot due to the warm temperatures we've been having this November. I have to admit I neglected the plant this summer but I am vowing to treat it better from now on. I'd like to prune it before bringing it in, particularly since so many of the rosemary's needles have turned brown. The problem is that the needles that have stayed green and healthy are growing closer to the branch ends than to the trunk of the plant, so if I prune it back, I will end up with mainly brown dead looking stumps. Any advice?