Rosemary is an aromatic plant of the large family of Lamiaceae. We also find thyme and basil, which, like rosemary, are also part of this family! Rosemary is a delicious herb and very popular in the kitchen. It is used in particular for meat dishes but also for the concoction of herbal teas. Nowadays, it is not uncommon to see rosemary in a garden! There are several varieties of rosemary. Among the most famous, we can mention the creeping rosemary, the common rosemary, the Tuscan blue rosemary, the rosemary officinal pointe du raz or the falling rosemary.
To expect a sufficient harvest, the aromatic herb rosemary requires some requirements. Rosemary is a plant that originally grows in the scrubland, so it has the ability to adapt to any soil. Although it has this advantage, it is best to plant this aromatic herb in a drained garden soil with a calcareous soil. Choose a planting location where rosemary can enjoy sunlight during its days. You can plant your herb in the garden at any time of the year except in times of drought.
Rosemary is a fascinating aromatic herb that you can plant all year round. The advantage of this plant is that it requires no maintenance once it is planted in the ground and offers a fairly quick harvest. As an adult, this pretty, aromatic herb typical of Provence can grow up to 1m70 high. Rosemary is a wonderful plant that will look great in your garden and is your best ally in the kitchen.