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How to Prune Rosemary Plants

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) grows as an evergreen perennial in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 7 through 10. The leaves resemble bristles and have an exceptional aroma, and they ...

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Rosemary. Rosmarinus officinalis 'Miss Jessopp's Upright'. Herb, frost hardy, prune in spring.

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Propagating Rosemary (lavender, etc.) - How-to root in water, but water roots are weaker than those started in soil. Commenter Sebette says: "I have my rosemary cuttings rooting nicely in damp potting soil in old six packs. I worked on an herb farm doing propagation and we did all the perennial herbs this way. Cut 2-3 pieces about 3 inches long, strip off the lower leaves, dip, poke hole in soil, place in hole, snug in and wait. By putting in more sprigs to start you get a bushier plant."

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A Mediterranean planting scheme with santolina, iris and rosemary in groups on dry stone walls. Photo courtesy Clive Nichols

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Great planter, containing the right size plant for the pot. Plants not the right shape in the right planter are just dust catchers. If you put something in your home it should be attractive, or what's the point? Biddy Craft

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How to Propagate a Rosemary Plant from Stem Cuttings

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How to Make a Rosemary Topiary

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