In this post I share my personal tips on how to plant rosemary. Check out the video and the highlight gardening ideas below.
How to Plant Rosemary in Container Video
The rosemary herb just maybe one of my all time favorite herbs to grow. It is fairly easy to enjoy year-round even in Ohio hardiness zone 5b. Do you know your hardiness zone? In the video feature today I share the planting in a container but the same tips can be used in ground. I recommend planting rosemary in containers so you can control the soil easily and move it around easily. Check out the video below:
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Rosemary Planting Tips
The rosemary herb really is one of the easiest to grow year-round. Be sure to follow a few of these basic tips that help me grow successfully.
- Use a loose potting soil that includes perlite, vermiculite and a good fertilizer.
- Make sure your container has drainage holes or use a cloth container.
- Plant the rosemary in full sun and do not let the container dry out
- Feed the plant with organic 20-20-20 fertilizer during the summer every other week.
Herbs are one of my favorite plants to grow year-round. In this post, I will share highlights from my first-ever SPACES session on X (formerly Twitter). During the Thursday 2 o’clock #herbchat, I showcased my indoor herb garden, and I’ll provide tips and tricks to help you start your herb garden.
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What are some of your favorite herbs to grow at home. Do you grow rosemary? Be sure to reach out to me by commenting on this post or reaching out on my website. I can’t wait to hear more about the herbs you grow.