Rosemary is a tender and fragrant perennial herb. It is a relative of mint with leaves that have a strong minty fragrance that is very useful for potpourris. Great for using with meat, fish, and many vegetables. This variety is well suited for container growth.
Instructions: Start indoors by sowing seeds thickly in light, well-drained soil 8-10 weeks before transplanting outdoors. Cut sprigs as needed.
Suggestions: To store, dry leaves in shade or freeze them when they are cut. Rosemary is a good companion to member sof the cabbage family, protecting them from pests.- popular for flavoring meats and soups- toss leaves over hot charcoal to add zest to grilled beef, chick, or ribs
700 milligrams / approximately 40-50 seeds