Rosemary, a native of the Mediterranean region, is an aromatic perennial herb with pungent camphor-like scent. Much like the salvia family herbs, Rosemary shrub can reach up to four feet in height in ideal growing conditions. The evergreen, linear needle-like leaves of the herb grow to be about 1 inch long while the blooms on maturity are of pale blue or white colour. It’s best to harvest rosemary prior to flowering when the flavours are stronger. Besides being the culinary favourite of chef’s around the world, Rosemary also has significant medicinal value including anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. You can add fresh rosemary sprigs to your recipes to add to the flavours and aroma. Rosemary oil is also quite popular in the culinary and cosmetic industry. Fresh rosemary can be stored in a damp paper towel while the dried herb will keep in an airtight container for 5-6 months.
Seed type: Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated And Non-GMO
Sowing time : February To April
Plant Character : Attractive Evergreen Shrub
Leaf type : Needle-Like Spikes
Harvest time: 185-200 Days After Germination