You don’t always have to pick a small pot and grow rosemary like you grow other herbs. How about going a little creative and cultivating it in different forms? We’ll help you out.
A mason jar full of water with a rosemary cutting in it is a good way to showcase its roots!
You can surely grow this herb as a sprawling garden plant!
A rosemary tree by the window like this would turn many heads! We have an article on it here.
This one is the easiest to achieve as you just need a small pot for this one.
Don’t throw away the kitchen cooking set or furniture – use it creatively to grow/display rosemary!
Rosemary can be a great companion plant to different vegetables or flowers in your garden. Grow it with marigolds, carrots, beans, berries, apples, black-eyed Susan to name a few!
A rosemary border like this will be a fragrant delight!
Why grow rosemary in a plain, old fashioned way? How about pruning it creatively to make it stand out!
Right pruning from an early stages of the growth and planting more cuttings in the pot can make rosemary look like a fern when it grows up.
A sunny windowsill is all you need to set up a window box and grow rosemary along with different herbs in it.
The best thing about rosemary is the fact that you can train it to grow in a way you like – even like a trailing plant.
Tea cups or other utensils in the kitchen can serve as creative pots to grow rosemary!
This is quintessential – a rosemary Christmas tree during the holiday season is must!
Nothing like seeing a rosemary dangling down a hanging basket. Display it near a bright kitchen window to have a fresh supply!
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