As a staple herb throughout Mediterranean cooking, rosemary has earned itself a reputation for its potent evergreen taste. Plus, it is easy to use in a number of different dishes. This woody shrub is an aromatic herb that grows as a perennial throughout many climate zones. This means for years to come you’ll be growing rosemary.
The ancient Greeks sensed the powerful health properties of rosemary. This is why they used it to decorate their hair before taking tests in order to strengthen their memory. Whether you choose to plant it for culinary, medicinal or even ornamental purposes, you’ll be sure to get plenty of enjoyment out of your rosemary. With minimal effort on your part, you can grow enough to easily keep your entire community supplied for growing seasons to come.
Start Growing Rosemary
There are three main ways of growing rosemary: from seed, from transplants and from cuttings. The technique you choose to use will impact how long it takes your rosemary to reach maturity. Additionally, it will impact how much care and attention it will need along the way.