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Rosemary Plant

Rosmarinus Officinalis

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Rosmarinus Officinalis

The rosemary plant is a versatile and aromatic herb that adds beauty and functionality to outdoor gardens with its fragrant foliage and culinary uses, making it an excellent choice for herb gardens, borders, and containers.

The Rosmarinus officinalis is the genetic name for the Rosemary plant. Rosemary plants are bushy, evergreen plants that produce one of the world’s favorite herbs. This plant has a mouthwatering aroma and an even better taste! It tastes best when roasted in an oven on some fabulous potatoes or protein of choice. These plants are hardy and will grow well in most conditions.

  • The leaves are commonly used in cooking for their flavour.
  • Short, plush Rosemary bush
  • Small and thick in a bush-like form
  • Works great in the garden
  • Easy to care for

Add some flavor to your life by planting a Rosmarinus Officinalis in your garden.

Rosemary Plant Care Guide

Light

Thrives in full sun. 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily is ideal. It grows best in bright, sunny locations.

Water

Water moderately, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Rosemary is drought-tolerant once established but prefers consistent moisture during the growing season. Ensure the soil is well-draining to prevent root rot.

Temperature

Prefers warm temperatures between 15-25 °C. It can tolerate temperatures down to about -10 °C but should be protected from frost and freezing temperatures in colder climates.

Feeding

Fertilise with a balanced, slow-release fertiliser in the spring. Rosemary is not a heavy feeder, so avoid over-fertilizing, which can reduce its aromatic qualities.

Grooming

Prune after flowering to shape the plant and remove any dead or damaged branches. Regular pruning helps maintain a compact form and prevents the plant from becoming too leggy.

Care

Ensure well-draining soil, preferably sandy or loamy. If growing in containers, use a pot with drainage holes. Prune regularly to maintain its shape and encourage bushy growth.

Rosemary Plant General Information

Toxicity

Non-toxic to humans and pets, making it a safe and aromatic addition to gardens and homes.

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