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Clone East, Monamolin, Gorey, Ireland, Y25 H721
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Rosemary (Rosemarinus officinalis)

Hardy, evergreen subshrub with aromatic needle-like leaves. Blue and occasionally pink flowers are borne in Spring. Attractive to bees. Helps to control bean beetles, cabbage moths, carrot flies and many other garden pests

Cultivation:  Grow in well-drained soil in full sun with shelter from cold winds and prolonged frosts

Height & Spread:  2m x 1.5-2m

Culinary Uses:  Fresh or dried leaves are used as a flavouring for lamb, goat, sausages, stuffings, soups and stews. Rosemary can be used for making herbal teas and as flavouring for vinegar, wines or olive oil

Category: Product ID: 2199

Description

Family: Lamiaceae
Plant Type: Hardy subshrub
Good Companion: Beans, cabbage and carrot
Bad Companion: Potato

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