How to grow rosemary at home: practical tips
Rosemary is most often used as a seasoning for various dishes because it has a pleasant aroma. You can grow this plant at home yourself if you create favorable conditions.
OBOZREVATEL has found effective tips to help you do this. You can use fresh rosemary at any time.
Rosemary is a Mediterranean plant that is accustomed to dry and hot climates, so it needs 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily. Choose the sunny side of the room and place the plant on the windowsill or use special growing lamps.
Avoid excessive moisture, as rosemary will die quickly. Choose a container with drainage holes in the bottom so that the liquid does not linger at the roots. Before planting the plant, mix the soil with sand to improve drainage.
The plant quickly absorbs nutrients from the soil in the pot, so you need to fertilize from time to time. In spring and summer, feed rosemary with a balanced water-soluble fertilizer every 4-6 weeks.
Use scissors or secateurs to properly cut the branches. Cut the rosemary to the very root.
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