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With their aromatic needle-like leaves and delicate blue flowers, Rosemary plants are versatile and fragrant herbs that add culinary and ornamental value to gardens. Unlike other herbs, rosemary plants feature woody stems and evergreen foliage that you can trim for recipes year-round.

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Rosemary, a fragrant and resilient herb, requires minimal care once established in the landscape. Plant rosemary in well-draining soil and a sunny location, as it thrives in full sunlight. Ensure the soil is slightly alkaline and avoid overwatering, allowing the top inch of soil to dry out between watering sessions. Rosemary is well-suited for drier conditions and is drought-tolerant once it's established, so be cautious not to water excessively.

Pruning rosemary helps maintain its shape and encourages bushier growth. Regularly trim the tips of the branches, but avoid cutting into the woody parts excessively. This herb can withstand light frosts, but if you're in a colder region, consider mulching around the base in late fall to provide extra protection. Rosemary also benefits from periodic feeding during the growing season, using a balanced fertilizer. With these simple guidelines, you can enjoy a thriving and aromatic rosemary plant in your landscape.

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