Rosemary (Silvia rosmarinus)
With its pungent, piney fragrance and silver-gray leaves, rosemary is a cherished culinary herb. Woody stems make for convenient bundle drying and aromatic leaves are splendid in potpourris, essential oils, and tinctures. Valued for medicinal properties and a great companion plant for your vegetable garden.
- 50 seeds minimum
- Germination: 14-21 days
- Maturity: 80-90 days
- Start indoors 10 weeks before last frost date. Soak seeds overnight before planting. Seeds need light to germinate; lightly press into seed starting mix. Transplant in full sun.
- Space plants 24-36” apart.
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Rosemary was a success!
Despite the disclaimer about low germination rates, I did have success direct seeding the rosemary outdoors with my spring garden. It's a slower grower, but it's a great herb to have around. I attempted this indoors without success in transplanting, but I had success this year nad am enjoying your rosemary!