Believe it or not, this small evergreen shrub actually belongs to the mint family. With its iconic needle-like leaves and pungent aroma, this herb has been used as a medicinal and culinary herb for centuries. A great seasoning for meats and stews!
Low germination rate, so over-seed designated grow area.
6–24" L x 6–24" W
Days to Germinate
Days to Harvest
continuous harvest 8–12 weeks from sprouting
Prune regularly as rosemary can grow quite large. Do not cut any parts that appear too woody as this can damage the plant; instead harvest fresh new growth which will also prevent your rosemary plant from getting too large.
We source our seeds from our friends at Baker Creek Seed Company.