Major Salvia Trimming?
I don't know the ID of this salvia, it was here when we moved into this house 3 years ago. It's at least 4 separate plants that covers an area of about 6 feet by 4 feet. It stays green all winter, which is a good thing, but never impresses me with the blooms, probably because we have so many trees that it only gets a few hours of direct sun in the afternoon. That said, it's very woody under the first few inches of green and really needs a big time haircut at some point. I would assume that would be best done in the early spring growing season, which here would be around March 1. Does that sound about right, or would there be a reason not to do that at all? Anything I need to know and/or am overlooking? Thanks!