In your climate, definitely! Wait for the first hard freeze to kill the tops, then dig them up, dust off excess soil, cut the tops off, let them air dry in a cool location where they won't freeze for a few days, then put them away for the winter. Store them in a dry medium like sawdust, spagnum moss or vermiculite. In late winter you can start them indoors in 6 or 8 inch pots to give them a head start for next year.
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