Rosemary leaves are dark green on top, and
silvery on the other side.
from May -> August, and even in winter in regions with mild climates.
It makes gray-blue flowers that are grouped in small clusters. Bees love
should know before....
Each plant has different
characteristics. Try to take those into account when you determine the
best location for each plant in your vegetable garden. This way you'll
optimize the chances of survival of each plant, and you'll facilitate the
maintenance of your vegetable garden.
rustic, but he fears severe frosts. Protect your young plants in the
a soil that's dry, light, permeable, well drained, low on lime, and not
Rosemary tolerates drought.
Learn how to sow,
plant and multiply rosemary...
in a garden-frame
rosemary in a garden-frame from April -> June.
in the spring.
November -> end of March.
In September or
March to April.
Plant a branch of 15cm in the shade in
the garden-nursery. Transplant it to your vegetable garden the next spring.
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And when the rosemary is growing
in your vegetable garden...
Cut rosemary at
the end of May if necessary to give it a compact shape.
Remove the stems
that turn brown: your rosemary is probably under a fungal attack.
rosemary leaves from April -> October. Cut the rosemary stems and let
them dry. Then, thin out the branches and keep the leaves. Harvest the
leaves before you rosemary blossoms if they're destined to conservation.
the rosemary leaves fresh or dried (not crushed).
Put the rosemary in your cooking pot at the
beginning, and remove it at the end of the cooking process.