Rosemary cultivation

Good morning friends of nature! Today I would like to talk a little about rosemary cultivation in our homes and gardens.

A good time to decide to have some herbs aromatic, and then collect them and use them in succulent dishes.

You can put some pots in the kitchen and grow herbs there, since in addition to being useful, they provide a pleasant smell and also give a beautiful decorative appearance.

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<p>In addition the Romero must be well protected and if you can, orienting it to the south will be good for its growth.</p>
<p>You can also grow it in a pot, just fertilize the soil and worry that it has a good drainage.</p>
<p>Well, at the time of irrigation we will do it with plenty of water, but not frequently. Try to let the earth dry, between one irrigation and another. It is preferable that it is dry, but if its leaves turn yellow it will lack water.</p>
<p>If potted plants, place this in a place where the sun. If you do it on the ground, try to find a place where there is sun.</p>
<p>If you have rosemary plants, remember that it is important to prune them in winter. This will prevent the plant from having very premature aging.</p>
<p>As you can see, the Romero plant does not need much care, only abundant sun, a poorly fertilized soil with no excess moisture.</p>
<p>Remember that it is not necessary to water it regularly, but when you do add a lot of water. It is very important that the earth rather dry before re-watering it.</p>
<p>Depending on when you plant it, you will need more or less water … because the land will dry earlier in summer than in winter.</p>
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