Citrus & some Live Plants cannot ship to:AZ, CA, LA, TX, HI, AK PROMO CODE: R98BBQ A favorite gift plant, this beautiful gorgeous Rosemary tree arrives to you in Amaerican Glory wrap. Enjoy cooking with your rosemary. In the Middle Ages, rosemary was associated with wedding ceremonies. The bride would wear a rosemary headpiece and the groom and wedding guests would all wear a sprig of Rosemary. From this association with weddings, rosemary was thought to be a love charm. Rosemary Care Instructions. Rosemary plant care is easy. These plants thrive in warm, humid environments and cannot take extremely cold temperatures. Thoroughly water rosemary plants when the soil is dry to the touch but allow the plants to dry out between watering intervals. Even indoors, rosemary plants will require lots of light, at least six hours, so place the plant in a suitable location free of drafts. Let dry between watering’s. Good advice to a point since rosemary can suffer if soil remains waterlogged. Rosemary requires excellent drainage. Letting it dry between watering’s does not mean it is ok to let it sit dry for a week. Our experience has been as soon as the soil dries; it is time to water. Do not let the Rosemary sit dry for more than a day or two. When watering your Rosemary remove the burlap covers, water with only the grower pot exposed. This will allow the water to drain well. Once the water has drained out of the grower pots then place it back into the burlap covers.
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