The Q&A Archives: Rosemary For The Winter

Question: I have a rosemary plant planted in the soil in my garden that I would like to bring indoors to use during the winter. Is this possible, and if so, what should I do?

Answer: Rosemary originated in the Mediterranean region, so it likes warm temperatures, sun and well-drained soil. You can dig it and put it in a pot indoors. Try to keep as much of the rootball intact as possible. Provide it with a bright, sunny area and let the soil dry out between waterings. You can also start new plants from cuttings, or cut and dry some stems for later use.

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