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Rosemary herbs are commonly grown by the home gardener – indoors and out. Keeping these plants healthy is easier when you have the right rosemary care information. Here you will find everything you need to grow rosemary plants successfully, including what to do whenever problems do arise. Learn how to propagate rosemary plants, care for them and prune or harvest the herbs for use year round.
White rosemary plants tend to be lavish bloomers, producing masses of sweetly scented white flowers in late spring and summer. If you live in USDA zones 8-11, you should have no trouble growing white flowering rosemary in your garden. Learn more here.
I love the aroma and flavor of rosemary and use it to flavor several dishes. When I think of rosemary, however, I just think…rosemary. I don’t think of different rosemary plant varieties. But there are a number of rosemary plant types to choose from. Learn more here.
Rosmarinus officinalis is the herbal rosemary that most of us are familiar with, but if you add "prostratus" to the name you have creeping rosemary. For more trailing rosemary plant info and tips on how to use this plant to enhance your garden, click here.
Rosemary is a savory kitchen herb with a pungent flavor. Growing rosemary in pots is surprisingly simple and you can use the herb to add variety to a number of culinary dishes. Read here for tips about growing potted rosemary herbs.
There are several varieties of rosemary, one of which is the creeping rosemary plant. Read this article to learn more about growing this herb in the garden. Click here for additional information.
If your rosemary plant has grown out of control, it's time to take drastic action. Rejuvenation pruning of rosemary may be needed. The information found in this article will help.
It’s Christmas time again and maybe you are looking for another decorating idea. Rosemary Christmas trees plants have become popular items. Learn more them in this article and see if this is an option for you.
Rosemary plants are tough and flexible, almost bulletproof, but when brown rosemary plants appear in the garden or home, you may wonder, “Is my rosemary dying?” Read this article for answers.
While pruning a rosemary plant is not necessary, there are several reasons why a gardener might want to prune. Whatever your reasons, there are a few things you need to know, and this article will help.
Although rosemary plants are easy to grow, they are not without faults. Perhaps you have noticed a white powder on your rosemary plants in your kitchen. If so, you are not alone. This article will explain more.