Pine-scented, savory, culinary favorite.
Native to the Mediterranean region, rosemary has silvery, needle-like foliage and delicate flowers. Popular for potted plant sales and with chefs.
• Edible Flowers: Although the flowers are small, they have a bold rosemary flavor. They should be used fresh as a garnish for savory dishes and salads, and pairs well with roasted vegetables, fruits, or whipped cream.
NOTE: Germination is naturally low and variable.
HARVEST: Harvest begins in approximately 80-100 days from planting for stem tips or 120-180 days for bunching. To dry, hang small bunches of stems in a dray location out of direct sunlight.
The Health Potential of Rosemary ~ Healthline.com
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Rosmarinus officinalis