Sage Smells Like Cat Pee
I've always grown herbs outdoors & made a final harvest in November. This year because I moved, have more space & lots more windows I brought my plants in for the winter. My basil is a bit stunted and the thyme is a bit leggy. That has to do w/ lighting conditions. I love the smell of sage but this one plant smells like cat pee. It's also leggy & the leaves are small & curled. Do I need to throw this out? Is there something better I can do for my sage this coming season? I don't think the type of sage should be in question unless there is a variety of sage that sometimes smells like cat pee & in that case let's assume it's that type of sage.