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Rosemary, Creeping (Rosmarinus officinalis prostratus) potted plant, organic

$10.00$28.50

Family:  Mint (Lamiaceae)

Hardy to Zones 6 to 12

(Creeping Rosemary)   Evergreen mounding and cascading woody perennial with long-lived flowers of blue.  Culinary spice of high repute, lending its fragrance and taste to salads, soups and roasts.  Unlike many aromatic herbs, the essence of rosemary is deep-seated, and may still be detected even after prolonged cooking times.  Native to the Mediterranean, these stout plants are excellent in pots on the patio, in the rock garden, or topping walls and embankments, where they will dangle, cover, and glorify.  Space plants 2 to 4 feet apart. Grows 1 foot tall.  Flowers blue.

Potted plant Certified Organically Grown

 

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    bible2015wing

    My seeds are arrived. I saw the process to plant it. Should I keep them to my fridge before sow them?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi! This question was left on the rosemary plant page so I’m assuming you received Rosemary seeds. You can store the seed packet in a tightly lidded pint jar until it is time to plant them in the spring. Sow these light-dependent germinators in the spring on top of planting medium and barely cover, then tamp in securely. Keep coolish (55° to 60° F) and evenly moist until germ, which occurs sporadically in 2 to 3 weeks and ongoing. Due to naturally low germ rates on Rosemary seed we advise planting seeds densely. Use deep flats or gallon pots, rough up the surface, sprinkle in the seed generously (use all 100 seeds), and tamp well! If the seedlings come up too closely together, don’t panic, you can individuate them later. They are precious! Work up in successively larger pots before transplanting to the landscape or garden. Space plants 2 to 4 feet apart. Grows 3 feet tall. Flowers blue-purple.

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    • Sasha

      Wondering if these are plants made by cutting or if these are seed plants. Please let me know!!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hi sasha, these are rooted cuttings. we have seedling rosmarinus officinalis coming soon, you could hit waitlist on that. r

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    • choir_angel8

      Will this survive hard freezes? We had another variety of Rosemary, but it must be brought inside during the winter.

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      Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      hi! yes, these are hardy to zones 6 to 12, significantly more cold hardy than the upright type. check your USDA zone designation. r

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    • choir_angel8

      Thank you so much! That makes me so happy!!

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