Containers require more water than plants that grow in ground. Water your rosemary in the morning as needed. Watch your rosemary and if the leaves seem to drop this is an indication that the plant needs water.
Learn more about growing rosemary in contains here:
- Rosemary is tolerant of cooler weather and can stay outside in 20-degrees . When temperatures dip bellow then bring your rosemary containers into the greenhouse or set them indoors next to a sunny window. I keep my rosemary in my kitchen on a bakers rack next to a window. There is a fan directly above and the air circulation is good for the rosemary.
- Harvest rosemary leaves by cutting the stems in the morning.
- Harvest the leaves before the flowers bloom.
- Use sprigs of fragrant rosemary to decorate harvest wreaths or to add to potpourri.