Rosemary seed germination takes roughly fifteen days.
Germinating rosemary seeds is easiest when these herb seeds are sown in a light, well-draining soil. Rosemary is a popular choice for flavoring meats and soups. It has a fragrant aroma and the leaves on rosemary sprigs have a warm, tangy flavor. To add zest to grilled beef, chicken, or ribs, toss leaves over hot charcoal.
Sow Easy seeds are pelleted with an all-natural coating made from a mix of clay, perlite, and FDA-approved food coloring. This coating adds some bulk to small seeds and stands out in the soil, making direct sowing and accurate spacing easier than ever. However, the coating does add a few days to the germination time when compared to uncoated seed.
- Flavor: Warm, tangy flavor.
- Preparation Ideas: Popular in soups and recipes using meat.
- Plant Type: Herb
- Pelleted Seed Count: 100 Pelleted Seeds
- Grows Best In: Full Sun
- Days to Germination: Approximately 15 Days
- Days to Maturity: 85-90 Days
- Planting Depth: .125"
- Seed Spacing: 36"
- Growing Height: 2-6'
- Best Container Size: 12"+
Instructions: Start indoors by sowing seeds thickly in light, well-drained soil 8 weeks before transplanting outdoors. Needs some shade. Transplant outdoors when 6 inches tall. Grows into large perennial shrubs in warm climates, but killed by frost everywhere. Cut sprigs as needed.
Suggestions: To store, dry leaves in shade or freeze them when they are cut. Rosemary is a good companion to member sof the cabbage family, protecting them from pests.- popular for flavoring meats and soups- toss leaves over hot charcoal to add zest to grilled beef, chick, or ribs.