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Even if you never consume a single sprig of rosemary, its blue-green, needlelike foliage and compelling fragrance make this tender perennial a must in any gardenChoose a site that gets full sun or very light afternoon shade and has excellent drainage (raised beds are ideal). Rosemary prefers poor to average soil with a pH of 6.5 to 7.0Plant at any time, setting transplants into the ground at the same depth they were growing in their nursery pots. Leave at least 2 feet all around to ensure good air circulation.Clip leaves or sprigs anytime you need them.
Use a clay pot that measures at least 12 inches deep and 12 inches across and has plenty of drainage holes.
Fill it with a light, coarse potting mix, such as cactus soil with a handful of perlite added. Set the plants into their new quarters at the same depth they were growing in their nursery pots.
Water regularly, keeping the soil slightly moist but never wet. During spring and early summer.
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