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  1. Vudokus says:
    Rosemary is a great addition to a pasta sauce alongside other Mediterranean herbs like thyme, marjoram, and oregano. Don’ts. Don’t leave the whole rosemary stems in dishes. The stems are tough to the point of being inedible. At best, they can be an annoyance; at worst, they can become choking hazards. Don’t cook dried rosemary for too long.
  2. Rosemary leaf is POSSIBLY SAFE for most people when taken by mouth as a medicine in doses up to 6 grams per day. But taking undiluted rosemary oil or very large amounts of rosemary leaf is LIKELY.
  3. Jekyll recommended growing pink roses among rosemary plants. “Tuscan Blue” and the similar “Blue Spires” are vigorous growers to beyond 6 feet tall. “Majorca Pink” reaches 2 to 4 feet high and up.
  4. Water rosemary plants evenly throughout the growing season, but be careful not to overwater. Prune regularly so that plants won’t get lanky. For fresh rosemary in the winter, grow the plant indoors in a pot (or take a cutting from an outdoor plant and keep a second indoors). Be sure to put it in bright light and protect it from cold drafts.
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  6. Meztizshura says:
    Rosemary is a culinary and healing herb. This woody perennial is native to the Mediterranean region, where it’s been used as food and medicine for centuries.
  7. Aramuro says:
    Fertilizing Rosemary. Native to the Mediterranean hillsides, Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a rugged, aromatic herbaceous plant that flourishes outdoors in U.S. Department of Agriculture.
  8. Nikozshura says:
    Jan 30,  · 7 Unique Uses For Rosemary You May Not Know About. 1. Rosemary And Lemon Potpourri. Place fresh rosemary and lemon on the stove to have a simmering batch of goodness to have your home smelling 2. Dryer Sheets. 3. Bath Salt. 4. Pest Control. 5. Essential Oil.
  9. Arakora says:
    Growing roses by themselves is an open invitation to the pests and diseases that favor roses. Roses are healthier when provided with companion plants which help repel destructive bugs while encouraging beneficial insects. For instance, Alliums repel aphids, weevils, borers and moles. Geraniums repel Japanese beetles, aphids and other rose beetles.

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