Botanical Name: Rosemarinus officinalis
Very versatile herbs for rich meat dishes, especially lamb. Excellent in stuffings and an important flavouring in many Mediterranean dishes.
How To Grow
Sow very thinly, 0.25in (0.5cm) deep in a tray of seed compost. Harden off and plant out from October to December, spacing at least 24in. (60cm) apart. Rosemary likes a warm, sunny position and free draining soil. Harvesting: Pick the leaves and tender shoots as required throughout the year. Rosemary can also be dried.
When To Plant
All year round as required.
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