Rosemary topiaries: 1. Take clippings, trim leaves from the stem off the bottom and set in water. Change water often & leave until you get roots. 2. Take your pots and fill the bottoms with rocks for drainage.3. Fill bottom with potting soil then add your rooted Rosemary - add more soil. Press soil lightly & water.Place in sun. Trim as needed.
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How to propagate rosemary and lavender; also works for basil
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One of the most popular and useful kitchen herbs to grow in the home garden is dill. Both the plant and its seeds are useful for a variety of kitchen uses and recipes. Growing the herb is easy as well! Best Soil to Grow Dill As with any successful planting, start with good soil. Most …
Instead of purchasing a new rosemary plant every year or starting new plants from seeds, try growing your own from stem cuttings. It is easy to take rosemary cuttings from an established mother plant and grow new rosemary plants.
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