Rosemarinus officinalis. A rich, aromatic herb that is used in poultry, lamb and pork dishes. Multi-seed pellets make for much more uniform germination. Easy to grow, lightly fragrant and disease and pest resistant. Grows perfect in a wide range of temperatures. Used simply as a culinary herb or enjoy as an ornamental in the garden, either way this will be a great choice. Approximately 10 seeds/pkg.
Germination is slow. Sow seeds 1⁄8 inch deep in flats indoors and plant in garden 2 feet apart after the seedlings are 3 inches tall. Prefers a sunny location.
Cut anytime as needed, being careful not to remove more than 20% of the growth at a time. For drying, cut branches before the plant flowers. Shape plants as desired when harvesting branches. Hang bundles upside down in an airy place. Strip the leaves from the stem when dry.