Rosemary, whose Latin name means "sea dew", has a special place in the repertoire of herbs cooks from time immemorial. A handful dry rosemary thrown on the embers of a barbecue grill allows flavor. It is also perfect to meet the taste of white meat and summer vegetables.
1. Sowing: Sow from April to June in pots or planters and tamp the soil.
2. Transplanting: In the fall, replant the more vigorous plants still in pots.
3. Harvest: Harvest the end of the year after planting stems from July to September. You can grow rosemary in your garden directly to his side as decorative.
Rosemary loves the proximity of the sage because their association is beneficial.