Iberis looking poorly
I have an evergreen Iberis Semperflorens. When I moved 6 years ago, I brought it with me and it has thrived until this year. Plants around it have become more established and taken over a little making the Iberis become woody as it has tried to grow past the other plants. I am moving again and again have dug it up to take with me.
im not sure whether you can cut Iberis back without killing it. In the past I have always just trimmed it after flowering, but now it's looking straggly and woody.
Please could anyone give me advice. I know plants like lavender and cotton lavender cannot be cut right back and wonder if this plant is the same.