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Rosemary is a hardy evergreen, shrub-like plant with gray-green, aromatic, needle-like leaves and pale-blue flowers. It grows to 24” – 36” high and is widely used in culinary seasoning.

An oil from Rosemary was once used in medicine.

Not frost tolerant. Bring indoors in Winter for a nice house plant.

Attracts bees, butterflies, and birds.

Light blue flowers spring to summer.

Blooms repeatedly.

Drought tolerant, suitable for xeriscaping.

Fragrant flowers.

Suitable for containers.

USDA Hardiness: 7 to 10.
Full sun.
Spacing: 4' to 6'.
Soil: Good drainage.
Water: Drought tolerant once established.
Seed Germination Period: 15 to 25 days.
Rosemary grown outdoors prefers full sun.

Growing from seed Instructions:

Things You'll Need:
• Rosemary seeds
• Vegetable soil
• Container
• Saucer

1. Step 1
Place a lot of seeds on a saucer and cover them with water for 3 hours before you plant. You need to plant more seeds than you want plants because they will not all come up. Rosemary is somewhat hard to sprout.
2. Step 2
Start the planting process about 6 weeks before the last freeze. If you plan on keeping the plant indoors, you can plant anytime. Place course gravel in the bottom of a container and fill with a vegetable soil. You can also use your own soil mixed with compost.
3. Step 3
Plant the seeds in the container and water. Keep the soil damp until they start to sprout. Then put the container in a sunny area in your house. Water the plants once a week or if the soil gets very dry.
4. Step 4
When you transplant the rosemary, plant it in an area that gets a lot of sun. Put them at the same depth outdoors as they were indoors. They like soil that drains well, so if you have hard soil, add some compost before you plant.
5. Step 5
Water when soil is dry. Rosemary does not normally need fertilizer, but you can place some tea compost on the soil around the plant once a month. They are also very drought resistant, so there is no need to over-water.
6. Step 6
Cut stems when you want to use the rosemary with a sharp knife or clippers. You can also freeze it right away to have fresh rosemary on hand for later.

Suitable fresh or for drying and freezing


Purity: 99.99%

Germ: 85%

Country of Origin: USA

Description labels and planting guides are on each packet.

Seeds are sourced from reputable seed merchants or wildcrafted with environmental consciousness. The seeds are germination tested for freshness and reliability or labeled as not tested if I have not tested them to date. Seeds are kept in environmental conditions that promote seed life (Dark/Dry/Cool).
Plant with confidence!

Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis 100 Seeds

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