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fiestyolelady
Jun 14, 2015
Friends from California brought me some. I cleaned it, dried it, & now have it in jars. Probably a lifetime of it. I use it when I cook chicken. a little bit goes a long ways.
Starrphyre
Jan 25, 2015
Oh my gosh. Rosemary nearly grows wild here in my desert (at about 3500 ft.) It is taking over my back yard. It is a wonderful home for spiders and lizards--they really thrive in it. It is very fragrant if I turn the hose on it! At certain times of year (spring? ) it gets very pretty itty bitty blue flowers all over it. One of these days I guess I will cook with a bit of it. Hmmm.
tshepherd24
Nov 10, 2014
Good puzzle.
toadalove
Jun 29, 2014
Still love it!
toadalove
May 19, 2014
Still love it!
toadalove
Mar 30, 2014
Parsley sage Rosemary and Tyme!
aussiesapphire
Mar 16, 2014
Rosemary is so fragrant, I have a bush of it in my garden and every time you brush by it smells so great.

"Rosmarinus officinalis, commonly known as rosemary, is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers, native to the Mediterranean region. It is a member of the mint family Lamiaceae, which includes many other herbs. The name "rosemary" derives from the Latin for "dew" (ros) and "sea" (marinus), or "dew of the sea".[2] The plant is also sometimes called anthos, from the ancient Greek word meaning "flower".[ (a little bit of trivia).

"Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage." Lao Tzu

Lovely day today and my husband begins his new job tomorrow for six weeks. We are hoping it turns into something permanent. Thank you all for your prayers. God bless and take care. Hugs.
sisgp
Mar 16, 2014
Excellent news, way to go him, wish him good luck from all of us:)
needler529
Mar 16, 2014
Prayers for hubby job. Loved the trivia about rosemary. I'm just starting to read up on herbs and this helped.
pixipixil
Mar 16, 2014
Rosemary is such a lovely plant. You are lucky to be able to grow it in your yard. I tried but it doesn't take here. I grow basil which isn't pretty but I love the smell and cook with it, too.
aussiesapphire
Mar 16, 2014
Thank you sisgp and needler, appreciate your prayers and thoughts. And Pixi I have some Italian basil growing as well and it never seems to die in spite of the heat and lack of attention. Love the smell too and it is a good companion plant for tomatoes. Hugs.
megat
Mar 16, 2014
Good luck and best wishes that your husband enjoys his new job and that it is made permanent. I think even if the job is not to his liking, he will still love being in work! Unemployment is such a bitter pill to swallow, even harder than too much rosemary!
pixipixil
Mar 17, 2014
Amen to that, megat.
vmarie
Mar 18, 2014
Aussiesapphire, you always have such noteworthy posts. Thank you so much for your insights.
aussiesapphire
Mar 18, 2014
Thank you vmarie. Hugs.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 18, 2014
Pixipixil: I have to mulch my rosemary if I leave it in the garden over the winter, but I have also had it in a pot and brought it in over the winter, plus I grow the purple basil and it is a pretty plant. but I reseed it each year.
pixipixil
Mar 19, 2014
I reseed the basil, too. they say to keep it from flowering but I let it go to seed.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 20, 2014
Did you know if you keep you seeds in a small zip bag and in the refrigerator they will last for several years, I have a small box to store the bag in. We use the sq.ft gardening method so I use just a few of each seed each year.
pixipixil
Mar 21, 2014
Some last for a long time. Some have to go in the next season. Never had luck keeping delphinium but lobelia, nasturtiums and ice plant seeds last for years.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 21, 2014
Most of the seeds I save are vegetables & herbs.
Usually use up any flower seed I buy if any. Use very few annuals in flowers any those will be plants usually not seeds. Mostly plant perennial flowers, flowering bushes, bulbs & tubers, have enough seeding & plants to do in the veg. garden & herb bed (only dill, cilantro, & basil seed-rest of herbs are perennial or plants.)
megat
Mar 21, 2014
Can't garden any more, but my next door neighbour has said he will pull some weeds up which means I can spread the seeds I've bought with the intention of it looking "natural" and encourage the bumble bees and butterflies, and maybe this winter I will have hibernating butterflies in my bedroom again; this year was the first time in about 12 years that they didn't come.
pixipixil
Mar 21, 2014
I tried veggies in this yard but they don't make it. They look great and set fruit but the fruits go rotten or fall off b4 they are ready to be picked so I don't bother. I even tried tubs. No luck. I do miss tomatoes and dukes. I have oregano and tarragon growing and plant basil in tubs and that does okay.
pixipixil
Mar 21, 2014
That's dukes for cucumber--not dukes. See it changed it again. rrrrrrr
vmarie
Mar 18, 2014
I have this growing in my garden. The aroma is supposed to enhance memory.
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