Seeds and Cuttings: Growing Rosemary at Home with Speed and Success

Welcome, green thumbs and aspiring plant enthusiasts!

Look no further if you’ve ever dreamed of cultivating your fragrant herb garden.

Rosemary, with its delightful fragrance and versatile uses in the kitchen, is a favourite among gardeners.

The good news? You don’t need a green thumb of mythical proportions to grow this aromatic herb successfully.

Preparing Your Workspace

Now that we’ve explored the allure of rosemary, it’s time to roll up our sleeves and set the stage for a successful cultivation journey.

Preparing the proper workspace is crucial for ensuring your rosemary plants thrive. Let’s break down the essential elements:

Selecting Containers

The first step is choosing suitable containers for your rosemary.

Choosing the Right Soil

Rosemary prefers well-draining, sandy soil with a slightly acidic to neutral pH.

Sunlight Requirements

Rosemary thrives in full sunlight, so choose a location that receives at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily.