Need advice on sage and other perennials
I am in Central Texas between Austin and San Antonio.
We have been very busy working at my DD's house to get it on the market, and today was the first nice day I took some time off and looked around the home place.
I have a sick feeling that we let our row of sage plants get too dry. They look awful. Same could be said for our normally thriving jasmine plants. And the artemisia (sp?) Is this just end of winter doldrums or bad news?
Should we cut back the dead looking parts and see what happens? Or would that be too much to overcome?
Wouldn't you know it, we are hosting the first ever family reunion for one side of my family in about 10 days. My yard has never looked so bad.