Rosemary

(Salvia rosmarinus) Rosemary is a perennial herb that is hardy from zones 7-10 and grown as a potted plant in cooler zones. Native to the Mediterranean and Asia, this aromatic shrub is enjoyed for its ornamental and culinary value. Rosemary can be brought indoors to overwinter in colder zones. Seeds should be started up to 10 weeks before your last frost date. Surface sow seeds and very lightly cover with very fine soil and keep evenly moist. Use of a heat mat is recommended, as seeds germinate best when consistently warm. Ideal germination temperature is 65-70F. Seeds germinate in 7-14 days. Keep young plants well lit and warm. Avoid letting seedlings become rootbound. Plants prefer full to partial sun and well-draining soil. Sow thickly, as rosemary is known for spotty germination. Space plants 18-24 inches apart.

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