Rosemary is easy to grow with little effort and adaptable to most soil types. It’s a fragrant tender perennial evergreen shrub that can be enjoyed for many seasons. It has a fragrance similar to that of camphor & pine.
Rosemary requires only Sunlight, good drainage and ample air circulation. Add ample compost to the soil.
Pot Culture: You can grow Rosemary in pots. Take around an 8” size pot and sow the seeds 2-4 mm deep. The seeds will germinate in around 15-20 days. Keep them in semi shade till they germinate. Gradually upon germination move them to a sunny area.
In ground: Rosemary form ideal Shrub, with bluish flowers. In addition they are fragrant too. Once the seedlings are transplanted, plant them at a distance of 30 cm between plants as well as rows.
Once the leaves are large enough to use. You can harvest rosemary as you need it. The leaves are reportedly at their height in flavor just before the rosemary plant flowers.