Grow Your Own Rosemary

Rosemary looks beautiful in the garden, in the ground or in a pretty pot. In summer, its needle-shaped green leaves are topped by tiny blooms in shades of lavender to purple — and some even bloom pink.



Culinary Herb
A classic culinary herb, rosemary makes a great dry rub ingredient for meats, brings out the savory flavor highlights of beans and lentils, gives flavor momentum to breads, and pairs beautifully with lemon in sweet cakes and custards.
Photo courtesy Barbara Pleasant
Rosemary
Beyond routine watering, feeding and trimming, rosemary practically grows itself.
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