Sun / Shade
Full sun (they love warm soil)
Place your pot near a sunny window. Regular watering, allow your soil to go completely dry before re-watering and then soak thoroughly.
Water regularly but allow your soil to go completely dry before re-watering and then soak thoroughly.
They prefer warmer temperatures. Cannot tolerate frost
Sandy well drained soil and average too rich in composition.
Plant rosemary near sage, beans, carrots and cabbage.
Sections of the leaf stalks can be cut and either used fresh or dried. Leaves can be stripped off the stalks and finely chopped or the whole sprig can be thrown into a dish.
Small green elongated and evergreen leaves on long storks. Flowers vary from white to blue to pale pink.
Each rosemary plant should be at least 3 feet apart. It can be grown into a hedge.
Like its basil herb counterpart, Rosemary adds some Mediterranean flare to your cooking. This herb pairs well with meat dishes and enhances that savoury flavour of comfort food. Jump on the Gin revolution and spruce up your Gin and Tonic with a sprig!