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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

How to Start Rosemary Indoors: Start Early!





How to Start Rosemary Indoors: 
Start Early!

You can start rosemary indoors 10-12 weeks before your would put it outside. A lot of herbs can be started quite early indoors as they are slow to germinate and grow. Rosemary is one of those herbs. You only plant 2 or 3 seeds to a starting cell as one plant will grow quite large. Letting it establish indoors will really let it take off  when the planted outdoors in the warm weather. You should get enough growth that year to use it in your kitchen!





Rosemary likes dry soil, sun and heat. Plant it on the south side of a house and it will  keep growing year after year in the Zone 7 areas. It does quite well in the winters if it is in a dry sunny location.



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