Rosemary (culinary variety) - Knowledgebase Question

Plant City, FL
Question by FLBugisser
November 13, 2005
I was born in Toscany where the Rosmary grows in bushes and it is used for a variety of cooking.
Can I grow Rosemary as a perennial in my garden?
Thank you

Answer from NGA
November 13, 2005



Yes you can. It needs full sun and a well drained soil. Soggy conditions and repeated sprinkling of the foliage are detrimental. You may also need to mix a little lime into the planting are if a soil test indicates calcium levels are low.

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