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How to care for your Rosemary


Your Rosemary Bush will grow best in full sun but will be fine indoors on a sunny windowsill, as long as it receives at least 6-8 hours of direct sun per day.


Do not allow the soil of your Rosemary Bush to dry out completely. Water when the top 2-4 inches of soil are dry. During peak growth times in the spring and summer, watering may be needed every day.


If kept indoors, mist a few times per week.


Your Rosemary Bush will do best in temperatures between 60-90 degrees.


Feed your Rosemary Plant with a fertilizer for garden plants 1-2 times a month during spring and summer.


Rosemary is non-toxic. However, it is meant to be eaten by humans and not pets.


Cut your Rosemary at any point to enjoy it. Simply cut off the top of the plant, and it will regrow new leaves from that point. Do not worry about harming the plant, as cutting will actually encourage new growth.

Plant Care

Siyad Salim