Rosemary, Rosmarinus officionalis
The aromatic leaves of this shrubby evergreen perennial may be used fresh or dried to provide a delightful seasoning to chicken, stew, and all meats. In mild winter areas, makes an excellent hedge. Elsewhere, it is best grown in moveable containers or as an evergreen.
Rosemary flavor is best before plant blossoms. Pick leaves and sprigs as needed and use fresh or dry. Leaves may be frozen.
Planting time - Early spring or indoors 6-8 weeks earlier.
Height - 2-4 feet
Matures in - 85 days
Germinates in - 14-28 days, Rosemary germinates poorly. The seed in this packet is of the highest quality though may only germinate at 25%.
Sowing Depth - 1/8 inch
Row spacing - 12 inches
Seed spacing - 1 inch
Thinning - when plants are 2-3 inches tall thin to 6-8 inches apart.
Net weight 100 MG (Estimated 85 seeds)