TWO TYPES OF ROSEMARY TO GROW
1. Upright Rosemary
2. Trailing Rosemary
WHEN TO PLANT ROSEMARY in TEXAS
The best time to plant a rosemary plant in warmer climates like ours is in the spring or fall. Planting in the spring gives rosemary time to establish its roots before the heat of summer hits.
WHERE TO GROW ROSEMARY
Rosemary can be grown in a container, raised bed or the ground if there is good drainage. Best with 6+ hrs of sun.
HERBS THAT GROW WELL WITH ROSEMARY
HOW TO TEND ROSEMARY
Rosemary is low maintenance, but it does not like to be overwatered. To prevent root rot, avoid frequent waterings so that the soil can dry out a bit in between watering.
HOW TO HARVEST ROSEMARY
Ready to harvest about a month after planting out in the garden. Once your rosemary is well established, harvest often to encourage new growth. Cut those older, outer stems to prevent this herb from becoming too woody.
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