Rosemary, a very hardy variety which decorates and adds fragrance to the garden. Used in mixed provence herbs and is delicious with grilled meats and fish. For best results, pick rosemary at flowering time. 0.5 Grams / Pack
Rosemary, whose Latin name means "sea dew", has held a privileged place in the repertoire of aromatic herbs for cooks since time immemorial.
1- Sow from April to June in pots or planters indoors. To do this, place your seeds one by one in your container filled with potting soil and then cover them with a thin layer of potting soil. Tamp with your hand then water. Place in a sunny position in a room at around 16°. Germination takes place in 30 days.
2- In the fall, replant the most vigorous plants, always in pots or window boxes, 50 cm apart. This is called transplanting.
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