Rosemary, the All-Purpose Herb
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What would you say if I said you could grow a plant that works as well as an ornamental as it does an herb? It’s true: Rosemary not only serves as a seasoning for poultry, fish, stews, and other foods, it’s also an… READ MORE
Welcome to the world of rosemary, one of the most beloved plants in herbal lore! Rosemary is an aromatic, woody perennial that can grow into a shrub and is native to the rocky sea cliffs of the Mediterranean. Rosemary is quite versatile. In addition to being a favorite for… READ MORE
There are two main types of rosemary plants, both of which are quite fragrant. There are upright varieties and creeping or prostrate varieties, each with different uses, but both edible. Uprights make splendid hedges, topiary, and specimen plants in the garden, giving them double duty since… READ MORE
Before deciding how you want to start your garden, consider how much patience you have (for seeds), how many plants you want in the end, and whether you have established plants to take cuttings from—perhaps a gardening friend will share with you! Grow from seed If… READ MORE
Wherever you choose to grow rosemary, in open land, a raised bed, or a pot, general care is simple! Rosemary prefers dry feet and needs well-drained, sandy or loamy soil, plus six to eight hours of sunlight. As for acidity, rosemary grows best in slightly… READ MORE