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Zawedde’s Rosemary Planting Guide

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  • Space rosemary plants 2ft-3ft
  • Plant in an area with abundant sunlight

Set out rosemary in the wet season, planting starter plants 2ft-3ft apart. Choose strong, vigorous rosemary plants to get your garden off to a great start. Plants are slow-growing at first, but pick up speed in their second year.

Rosemary prefers full sun and light, well-drained soil with a pH between 6 and 7. Improve your existing soil by adding a few inches of aged compost-enriched Organic Manure.

Rosemary Zawedde shares more tips on how you can start growing rosemary at your farm.

  • Before planting, set your garden up for success by mixing in several inches of aged compost or other rich organic matter into your native soil. For container growing, consider a premium bagged potting mix.
  • Promote spectacular growth by feeding rosemary regularly with water-soluble plant food.
  • It is important to water regularly, but be sure to let the soil dry out between waterings.

Harvest rosemary stems by snipping them with sharp gardening shears. Harvest often once the plant is established, but avoid pruning more than one-third of the plant at a time.

Guide
• Space rosemary plants 2ft-3ft
• Plant in an area with abundant sunlight
Set out rosemary in spring, planting starter plants 2ft-3ft apart. Choose strong, vigorous rosemary plants to get your garden off to a great start. Plants are slow-growing at first, but pick up speed in their second year.
Rosemary prefers full sun and light, well-drained soil with a pH between 6 and 7. Improve your existing soil by adding a few inches of aged compost-enriched Organic Manure.
Rosemary Zawedde shares more tips on how you can start growing rosemary at your farm.
• Before planting, set your garden up for success by mixing in several inches of aged compost or other rich organic matter into your native soil. For container growing, consider a premium bagged potting mix.
• Promote spectacular growth by feeding rosemary regularly with water-soluble plant food.
• It is important to water regularly, but be sure to let the soil dry out between waterings.
Harvest rosemary stems by snipping them with sharp gardening shears. Harvest often once the plant is established, but avoid pruning more than one-third of the plant at a time.

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