Rosemary is a wonderful herb. It is quite easy to grow and really nice to have in your dishes. Today I am featuring how to grow rosemary and cook dishes with it. But first, let us look at an astonishing study about rosemary. Scientific studies have found that sniffing rosemary can improve memory by as much as 75%. You don’t have to believe me. The following link shows you details and references. I guess I need to plant more rosemary this year!
Rosemary is actually very easy to grow. If you can buy plants from your local nurseries, things would be really simple. Even if your local nurseries don’t have rosemary plant, you can grow from seeds. However, the shortcut that I like better is just to grow rosemary from fresh rosemary branch cuttings. Buy a bunch of rosemary from your local grocery, choose some nice spring cuttings and plant them, water them regularly until they root and grow. Keep reading more details about how to grow rosemary from branches and cook rosemary dishes in the following link.
If you are as curious as I am and would like to see the roots before you put the plant into soil, you can do the rooting in a glass jar of water first. It takes a couple to a few weeks depending on where you are. Once you see roots coming out nicely, then you move the plant into a pot or your garden bed. Check out the following blog for more details.