Rosemary Herb Seed
Rosemary is a perennial herb that grows upright into a profusion of fragrant needle leaves. It is used in cooking and bread, making fragrant oils and soaps. Rosemary is high in vitamin B6, iron, and calcium. Wrap a bunch and hang it to dry in your kitchen to liven up your cooking area. Rosemary is drought tolerant, loves full sun, and grows back vigorously after cutting.
Sow directly into the soil or in pots a few centimeters down in a location that gets full sun. Keep at about 60° F for 2-3 weeks until germination. Keep seeds evenly moist during germination. Plants should be spaced about 3 feet apart. Grows 3 to 4 feet tall.
Learn how to grow and use rosemary.
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