A standard in everyone’s kitchen, this is the traditional strain producing long thick blue/green leaf spikes.
- Great in containers and in the garden.
- Rosemary likes well drained soil and a warm sunny spot.
- Keep on the dry side. Wet feet can cause it to die.
- If you grow it in a container you can bring it inside in the fall and grow it on a window sill till spring.
- Our winters are too cold for it to winter in the garden.
- Keep rosemary pruned and it will reward you with new growth.