A 5" potted Rosemary Plant in our hand-made cream planter planter.
The rosemary plant is a fragrant herb that grows as a perennial, rounded, evergreen shrub. It features slender, needle-like, gray-green leaves on erect woody stems. Clusters of small, light blue to white flowers appear typically in the late spring to early summer, though it can bloom at other points of the year as well.
How to care for your new Rosemary plant:
SUNLIGHT: Rosemary likes full sun and does not tolerate shade. This means it requires at least six hours of direct sunlight on most days. A south-facing window is ideal for indoor growth, and grow lights are often necessary to provide supplemental light. Bring indoor plants outside in warm weather to allow them access to natural sunlight.
WATER: Rosemary is quite drought-tolerant once the plant is established, and it’s better to water sparingly rather than overwater them. Allow the top few inches of soil to dry out between waterings, and then water so that the soil is evenly moist but not soggy.
HUMIDITY/TEMPERATURE: This shrub likes warm weather and moderate humidity levels. Most rosemary varieties can’t survive temperatures below 30 degrees, but they have good heat tolerance. They prefer temperatures between 55 degrees and 80 degrees. Moreover, high humidity can lead to rot and fungal issues, especially if there isn’t enough air circulation around the plant.
* Note: Plants and planters may vary. The pictures shown are examples of the style.