Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) (Bag) - Franchi Sementi
Rosemary. While frequently grown from cuttings, rosemary will do well grown from seed. It is slow to germinate and requires 14-21 days @ 60 or so degrees to germinate. Sow seeds in pots or flats, cover with 1/8th inch of soil mix and keep well watered until they germinate. Transplant to individual containers once they are large enough to handle easily. Set outside and space at 18-24 inches. Rosemary is completely hardy in zones 8-10; in those areas, you can have a rosemary hedge. Traditional wisdom is that in other areas you need to dig it up and bring it inside for the winter. However, with protection from ice & snow, rosemary will survive at temperatures much lower than the often quoted 20 degrees F (-6 C). .15 gram packet.
Approximately 900 seeds per gram.
Real Italian perennial Rosemary. Sow it from April until June and it is ready to be harvest the following year. Ideal to flavour roasts. Tolerates poor soil and most extreme weathers.
Approximate seeds quantity:@135
Sow: from April - June