Russian Sage, cut back or let it grow

I want to transplant my Russian Sage plants that I planted last year. Do I cut them back before I transplant, or do I leave it as is and move them? We are in Erie, PA and do not move or plant anything before Memorial Day.
Submitted by BHGPhotoContest

Cut them back to 4-6 inches above the ground and then transplant them. New buds will break all up and down the woody stems that you leave and you'll have just as beautiful and full a plant this year as you did last year.

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