You know Rosemary is a very essential ingredient for turkeys during the holidays, but it adds wonderful flavor to meats, soups and chilis, and vegetables. This herb has a savory, almost classic-spicy flavor with a pine scent that’s a culinary favorite to many cooks. Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean region that grows into an attractive green shrub with silvery-green needle-shaped foliage and delicate flowers. The herb is grown as an annual in the North.
It will take around 14-21 days to germinate at 65-70 °F (18–21°C) and you will notice stem tips around 80-100 days. You can wait to 120-180 days for bunching. Rosemary is excellent to grow in pots and containers and grows best in light, well-drained soil. The plant will grow to around 5 feet tall and requires sun to perform well.