Rosemary Seeds

$4.00

With a dreamy aroma and delightful flavor, this Mediterranean herb pairs well with bread and olive oil, soups, pasta and stews. Easy to grow in or outside, preferring dryer conditions and plenty of sun.

Available on backorder

  • 2-3 weeks
  • Harvest after 4 months.
  • Part sun. 5+ of direct sunlight.

Additional information

Weight0.004 lbs
Lifecycle

Comes back every year (perennial)

Hydro / Soil

Not recommended for hydroponics. Grows best in soil.

Container / Indoors

Plant 1 site in an 8" (1 gal) container. In larger containers, space sites 8" apart. For each site press 10 seeds into the surface.

Outdoor / Inground

Plant 1 site per square foot. For each site, press 10 seeds into the surface. Thin to one plant per site once seedlings are ~1in tall.

Plant Size

Can grow between 18 to 60 inches, and requires 8 to 24 inches of spacing between plants.

Taste & Nutritional Value

sharp, earthy flavor. Rosemary contains high amounts of Calcium, Copper and Iron.

History

Rosemary has been grown for thousands of years, dating back to the Greeks and Romans in 500 B.C. Some records show that rosemary was even used in Ancient Egypt after dried sprigs of rosemary were found in Egyptian tombs from 3,000 B.C. It was cultivated by the Spanish in the 13th century and used as a condiment on Salted Meats. Legend has it that as the Virgin Mary fled from Egypt she sheltered next to a rosemary bush and when she threw her cape onto the bush, the white flowers turned blue, thus giving the herb the name “rose of Mary”.

Seed Count

25

Seed Weight (mg)

50

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