my sage needs some tlc! asap!
I bought a common sage plant from a grocery store, at least a month ago, and it was looking just beautiful! I transplanted it into a larger, more permanent pot as soon as I bought it and it started going downhill from there.
Right now, it's in a sad state. It never really fully managed to right itself back up after transplanting - the stems are just tipped on their sides! (maybe I needed to pack more soil around them when transplanting? Add a stick? I don't know, I 'm very new to this.) I try and prop their leaves on other plants so they get some sunshine and don't miss out. The plant has started turning brown now from the bottom up! One of the weaker stems has even died out completely, and of the ones still standing most of the bottom leaves I had to pinch off.
The big question is: What does this plant need?
It's an indoor plant, set by a relatively sunny window. I water it a little bit at a time on a daily, or every other day, basis based on how dry the soil is - never having the soil soggy. The other plants I bought and transplanted at the same time are THRIVING in the same conditions! (oregano, thyme, basil, mint, and some dill I started from seed at the same time)