Question: My Asian jasmine has frozen. All of its leaves are totally brown and crisp. Should I prune it back?
Answer: Let the stems be your guide. If they’re dried and brittle, then the plants will have to form new stems from below ground. In that case you might as well mow the entire bed and tidy things up. If, on the other hand, the stems are still green and supple, just trim across the top of the planting to even its height. New leaves will come with the first warm days of spring.