Rosemary - Packet

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The pleasing fragrance and zesty flavor of Rosemary make it a favorite seasoning and popular ornamental. Cook with or craft with will delight you either way. Start indoors and transplant or keep in containers. Germination rate is naturally slow and variable. 80-100 (stem tips); 120-180 (bunching).
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Used as a savory seasoning or gorgeous ornamental, Rosemary is a versatile herb with an irresistible aroma. Patience is important with this herb as its germination rate is naturally low, but the shimmery silver foliage and petite flowers it produces are so worth the wait. Sowing indoors is the best way to begin, followed by careful transplanting once you have seedlings. You can also grow Rosemary right in containers to keep indoors or place outside. Rosemary is scented somewhat like pine but with a lighter, sweeter flavor. It's an easy way to add some zest to a variety of meats, poultry, and vegetables, as well as many baked goods too. And it keeps its amazing fragrance when dried, so it's lovely in potpourri and sachets or tied into decorative bunches.
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Botanical Name
Rosmarinus officinalis
Seed Life Cycle
How To Grow
Item Package Size
Space After Thinning
12-18 inches
Seed Spacing
12-28 inches
Ships As
Good for Containers
Days To Maturity
80-100 (stem tips); 120-180 (bunching)
Days To Germinate
14-21 days
Planting Depth
1/4 inch
Row Spacing
18-24 inches