Answer: You seem to be taking care of your rosemary correctly -- keeping it potted year-round, bringing it indoors in the winter, keeping it cool indoors (if possible, keep at about 55 degrees). If your plants are getting large and unwieldy, you might try taking some cuttings and rooting those. Once you bring them outdoors, be sure the plants are getting full sunshine, keep moist but not wet, misted a few times a week with warm water and don't overfertilize. You can try sinking the plant, pot and all, into the garden -- this will help keep roots cool and moist. Just dig up again in the fall and bring indoors.
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