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Rosmarinus officinalis, (Circa 500 bc) Aromatic Perennial Evergreen, A fantastic garden herb, who doesn’t know the tangy, aromatic smell of this perennial evergreen with small, grey-green leaves similar to small pine needles, an upright and tidy habit, with a pungent aroma and pale blue flowers that attract bees & beneficial insects. The final height of 50-70cm & can survive for many years. Usage dates back to times when used as a culinary & medicinal herb by the Greeks & Romans, yet, still a popular medicinal herb today. Tolerant of most soil conditions as long as not water-logged, Sunny Spot, Trim once a year, Seed Count Approx - 125 avg
SOWING - Seed has slow germination so appro 2 to 3 mos before the warm weather arrives. Place the seed onto a well-drained base (sand, vermiculite or very light potting mix). Cover the seed with a little more mix, water lightly and place the container in a warm location until germination. Protect in Harsh Winters, Tolerant of most soil conditions as long as not water-logged, Sunny Spot, Trim once a year