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  • This Rosemary ships in a 2.5"inch cup

Rosemary is an herb with a distinctively aromatic scent, commonly used in culinary and medicinal applications. This hardy and easy to grow perennial shrub is an excellent addition to any herb garden, as it can be used to add flavor to a variety of dishes, and it also has many medicinal benefits. Owning rosemary is a great way to have easy access to this versatile herb. As a perennial plant, once established it will keep producing fresh leaves year after year. Plus, rosemary is quite hardy and easy to care for, making it perfect for gardeners of all levels. And as an added bonus, the foliage of rosemary is attractive and can add an elegant touch to any garden.
Additional features: Herb and Edible

Size: Mature size can reach 2 - 6'ft tall

Light: Full Sun (6+ hours of direct light)

Water & Soil: Prefers sandy, loamy, well draining soil with a acidic to neutral pH of 6.0 - 7.0

Care & Harvest: This shrub likes warm weather and moderate humidity levels. Rosemary shrubs have good drought tolerance once they are mature, and it’s better to underwater rather than overwater them.

Rosemary can be harvested at almost any time of year, though spring and summer are when it grows most actively. And the leaves are most flavorful and aromatic just before the plant blooms. To harvest, use pruners to cut off 4- to 6-inch stem tips.

Native to: Mediterranean

Perennial herbs can be planted anytime from spring through fall. Plant annual herbs in the spring.

Herbs are ideal for containers. Pots can be brought indoors for the winter and placed near a sunny window for a continuous harvest year-round.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: Zone 8 - 10

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Looks beautiful in the garden as a clipped dwarf hedge. An excellent subject for topiary standards and containers. Leaves are popular for seasoning meats, stews, and sauces. Wash fruits, vegetables and herbs thoroughly before eating.

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