Grow Plants for Free: How to Propagate Rosemary From Cuttings | Pass the Pistil
Would you like to grow plants for free? When I was young, it was common for my mother to send me to the neighbors for a cutting of this or a clipping of that. Stems or other bits of plants taken from neighbors plants were carefully pruned, passed off to me and I would […]
In addition to being a celebrated savory seasoning, rosemary has a time-honored tradition of medicinal and therapeutic use. For centuries, it has been used to enhance memory, promote hair growth and relieve pain and tension.
Learn how to use rosemary in the kitchen and around the house. Rosemary has so many uses including making rosemary butter or fresh rosemary lemonade. I enjoy rosemary lemon bath salts. It has many good health benefits too.
Traditionally, topiaries are made from plants like ivy, boxwood, and myrtle, but they can be created from just about any woody perennial. Potted rosemary trimmed into a topiary sphere or an elongated pyramid looks elegant in the garden and provides herbs for the kitchen. And while training rosemary takes several years, many beautiful trained plants are available from nurseries. To care for your rosemary, a shrubby herb, plant it in a soil mix consisting of two parts potting soil, two...