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An easy to grow perennial herb that enhances many foods including breads, vegetables and meats. It is also attractive and great to use for landscaping. Grow Rosemary from herb seeds to create a lovely garden or container herb plant that is highly resistant to deer, drought and pests. This tough little garden gem is one of the most ornamental plants for the herb garden.
How To Grow Rosemary from Herb Seeds: Some gardeners soak the Rosemary seeds before sowing to help prime the seed. Sow the herb seeds on the surface of the soil (indoors 6 - 8 weeks before last frost) or outdoors when temperatures have warmed up. Do not cover the Rosemary seeds as light is needed for germination. For harvesting, flavor is best before plant blooms. Clip leaves and sprigs as needed and use fresh, or dry for later use. Leaves may be frozen as well. Rosemary seeds on average germinate within two to four weeks at 21C (70F).
Sow indoor: February - June
Height: 60in (150cm)
Harvest Season: April - July
Environment: Full sun
Germination Time: 14-28 days
Temperature: 21C (70F)
Depth: do not cover
Plant Spacing: 18 x 12 inches (45 x 30cm)
Plant Watering: Medium Well-drained
Sow seeds from February to June in a good seed compost. When large enough to handle, transplant the seedlings individually into 7cm (3in) pots.
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