Can I winter perennials indoors?

Can I winter perennials indoors?

I moved into a house in Philadelphia with a bit of space in the front and the back for gardening. I just got my vegetable seedlings in for my fall garden (kale, chard, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, collards, cauliflower). I'm a little skeptical that planting this late will work out, but I'm going on what the people at the nursery I went to said (Greensgrow, for those who live in the area, or used to).

My question is this: I also got a few herbs, mostly perennials. There isn't much space left over in the front to plant them, and since they're perennials I don't want to just squeeze them into some random corner (though I guess I could replant them next season?) Can I winter perennials indoors? Don't they need to go dormant or something? And what about annuals? If I coddle them and fertilize annual herbs, will they give me fresh leaves for cooking all through the winter and in the spring/summer? My room gets tons of natural light, the front room on the first floor also gets a good amount of light, though not as much. The dining room and kitchen are dimmer, and there's a dark shed-thing at the back of the house which should be pretty chilly in the winter, if I need something to be dormant. The herbs in question:

pineapple sage
pennyroyal
St. John's Wort
burnet
lemon verbena
hyssop
basil


Thanks in advance for any advice you all can give me!

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