It is thought that the Normans first brought this shrubby, evergreen, Mediterranean herb to Britain as early as the 11th century. Jefferson noted rosemary among 14 other herbs in his garden in 1794. It is valued for its lasting aromatic fragrance, and is commonly used as a culinary herb in soups, sauces, and meat dishes.
Grows 3-5 feet tall. Sow seeds in pots ¼” deep; germinates in 1-2 weeks. Full sun to part shade. Zones 7b through 10. zone7,zone8,zone9,zone0
Approximately 100 seeds per pack.