Types Of Rosemary And Planting - Knowledgebase Question

Midland, GA
Question by LRAYVINSON
May 13, 1998
What is the best variety of Rosemary to plant. Where is the best location? Is there a variety that can stand some shade shade in a damp area?

Answer from NGA
May 13, 1998
I like to grow good ole' Rosemarinus officinalis. It's the most common and quite easy. Rosemary thrives in a spot that is in full sun and has good soil drainage. I can't think of any variety of rosemary or, any herb at all that will really thrive in damp soil. Some herbs such as Pennyroyal, Sorrel, Spearmint, Borage, Catnip, and Cutting Celery will take part shade, but, they still need well drained soil.

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