Rosemary in Texas

Rosemary grows large in Texas. It requires less water than annuals, is the size of a small bush, is wonderfully fragrant and easy to grow. Great for cooking as well!

The humble rosemary is taking a front seat in landscape design.

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This is so easy to root. Break off a six inch stalk, strip the leaves on about two to three inches. Stick in water in your kitchen window. When you see the roots begin to bud and reach a length of about an inch – plant and enjoy for years and years and years.
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Salvia Greggii with Rosemary

Salvia Greggii with Rosemary

Rosemary in Landscaping in Dallas

Salvia Greggii with Rosemary

Dallas Landscaping and Gardens - Lee Ann Torrans

The Fairy – Nandina – Rosemary

Rosemary in the Garden
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Dallas Landscaping and Gardens - Lee Ann Torrans
Thyme in Texas
Thyme in Texas
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Small blooms in April in Texas.

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