This hardy herb withstands droughts well and can survive for many years with only the most basic of tending making it an excellent addition to any herb garden. The fragrant leaves, ideal for drying, are perfect for meat, fish, soups and stews.
Sow in spring, either in a propagator, covering thinly, or in the open ground. Rosemary seeds are very slow and erratic in germinating. Grow young plants on in 3 inch pots until they are well-established before planting out in a well-drained position. They do not like wet soil in the winter.
Packet Content:100 (Approx)