rosemary

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.