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Rosemary

Rosemary, a plant that is simply beautiful

Herbs make just about any dish even better, and for good reason. Not only do we love the fragrance and flavor that fresh herbs provide, but we love how easy they are to grow and take care for. Some h

Basics

Zones 8-10
Flowering season(s) Spring,Summer
Sunlight Full sun,Partial shade
Soil type Well draining soil
Height/Spread 14" Tall by 6" Wide
Flower Color Green
Bloom Time Spring
Rosemary

How to plant & care for Rosemary

WATER:
Water wisely. Most herbs grow best in well-drained soil and develop their most intense flavor if kept on the dry side.
EXPOSURE:
Location is very importantYou must ensure that your plants receive plenty of light herbs require atleast six hours of sunlight per day.
PRUNING:
Prune and dean up dead stems of last year's growth. In spring, prune them back by one-third or to within 4 inches of the ground allowing new growth to begin. This encourages a bushy, more compact for
PROPAGATION:
The easiest way to propagate herbs is to cut parts of the top of the shoots. The cuttings should have about one inch length. You can either let the cuttings grow roots first in a glass with water, or
FERTILIZER:
Herbs that receive high levels of nutrients - particularly nitrogen - produce inferior growth with little flavor or fragrance. For that reason, avoid overfertilizing your herbs.

Diseases often seen on Rosemary

Usually herbs are very strong plants if they are maintained in balance. Nevertheless if weather circumstances are extreme herbs can be atttacked by mildew or other fungus types.