Posted: 31/08/2014 at 19:11
I have the same problem with sage. I know it can get woody and aged - but despite cutting out the worst areas and trying to nurture the rest of the plant, it is still going yellow! (and this is the second sage in the herb bed to be affected!). I think I'll have to give up and put in a new plant - after all, plants do have their own "shelf life"
The marjoram is doing fine, and as advised, is hardy, so it doesn't need to be cossetted. Basil, though, is pretty tender!