Growing Rosemary

Growing Rosemary

Rosemary is one of the easiest herbs to grow. Plant it in pots or even as a low border. P. Allen Smith explains how to care for rosemary.

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  1. Diane Mumm Garden Videos

    I love rosemary, growing some right now, takes a while to grow, Really wonderful in cooking.. Put some in some in my chicken soup last night it was so tasty.

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  2. frankie2174

    if i could only have one herb it wouldnt be rosemary….

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  3. allanpheabus

    i’m living in malaysia, somehow my rosemaries are really tough!
    they bloom even i put them under direct sunlight whole day long! XD

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  4. Robin Kang

    XD

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  5. Hannah Daniel

    I beg to differ, Rosemary grows in abundance in my planter boxes in Malaysia and our climate is hot and humid

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  6. superslyfoxx1

    LOL!

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  7. Luke Morrison

    Rosemary grows well in many climates, the secret is in the SOIL, if you guys are having trouble with rosemary, your soil is probably too wet or doesn’t have good drainage. No need for heavily fertilized soils either, rosemary grows great in poor soils too, it just needs the drainage and it does great, I have a giant rosemary bush thats been alive for 7 years now, it just keep giving us wonderful rosemary year after year.

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  8. LSUTigerMom

    What country are you in? I’m glad you have some rosemary. I’m in the USA and I have a huge rosemary in my front yard that has been thriving for 5 years. I have three rosemary plants in my back yard. My weather is hot and humid! It’s so easy to start rosemary cuttings that I have about 5 new cuttings that are ready to transplant, all from one of my plants.

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  9. P. Allen Smith

    Hi there, I’m in Arkansas so our weather is pretty hot and humid and well!

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