Description from FreshTopiary
Growing and maintaining a rosemary indoors can be a challenge. Excess water will damage the roots and cause the plant to die. Let the soil dry, then water thoroughly. Rosemary needs a southern exposure and should get time outside in the fresh air whenever possible.
A thoughtful gift for any cook, this 18″ topiary offers a sprig of Rosemary just where you need it most.
Rosemary prefer bright light, and are fairly low-maintenance – no need to mist or wash of the plant, as Rosemary prefers low humidity. In areas with high humidity keep the plant indoors during the humid times of the year.
Do not water excessively. Let the soil dry slightly (not completely), then water thoroughly. Rosemary needs a southern exposure and should get time outside in the fresh air whenever possible.
- Measurements: 5″ pot, 18″ tall.
- Botanical Name: Rosemarinus officinalis “Tuscan Blue”
- Water: Let soil dry slightly between watering, do not let it dry out completely.
- Temperature: Normal room temperatures are fine.
- Hardiness: USDA Zone 7 or Zone 9 if in pots.