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Rosemary (seeds)
  • Rosemary (seeds)

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    Rosemary (Salvia rosmarinus) is a fragrant herb that can thrive in your garden or in pots. Here are some simple methods for growing and caring for rosemary:




    When to Plant

    Spring is the best time to plant rosemary, once the weather has warmed and frost is no longer a threat. You can also plant it in late spring or early summer.


    Selecting a Planting Site

    Choose a sunny spot with well-drained soil. Avoid planting near taller trees or shrubs that might shade the rosemary.



    Leave at least 2 to 3 feet of space between rosemary shrubs.



    Plant seedlings and nursery plants at the same depth as they were in their previous container. Seeds should be barely covered with soil.



    Rosemary usually doesn’t need support structures.



    Rosemary thrives in full sun and doesn’t tolerate shade. It requires at least six hours of direct sunlight daily. If growing indoors, a south-facing window is ideal, and supplemental grow lights may be necessary.



    Rosemary prefers slightly dry soil. Water it every week and a half to two weeks when planted in the ground, and once a week if grown in containers.



    Well-drained soil is essential for rosemary. Sandy or loamy soil works well.

    Soil pH: Rosemary prefers slightly acidic to neutral soil.



    Prune rosemary after flowering to encourage fresh growth. Mulch around the plant with aged compost or chopped leaves to retain soil moisture. Remember, rosemary is drought-tolerant and can withstand dry conditions.


    Whether you grow it in your garden or as a potted herb, it’ll add delightful fragrance and flavor to your culinary adventures!

    • Seeds Per Pack

      Single Pack: approx 20

      Large Pack: approx 95

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