Rosemary is an attractive culinary herb with beautiful purple sprouts. It does better on the drier side with well draining soil. Rosemary pairs great with potatoes, turkey or chicken!

Exposure: Sun

Size: 6 to 36 in

Sprout time: Summer

When to plant: Late Spring

Fun Facts:

– Rosemary’s name originates from the Latin word rosmaririus, meaning “mist of the sea”, or “dew or the sea”.

– Rosemary is part of the mint family.

– In the 16th century, Rosemary was often burned to act as a disinfectant to kill germs.