Gather two or three rosemary cuttings the following morning when the air is still cool and moist.
Select 3- to 5-inch-long side shoots with young growth at the tip and mature growth at the base. How to Grow Rosemary from Cuttings. Here are steps to taking rosemary cuttings from an established mother plant and grow new rosemary plants in containers that can be moved outside in summer and indoors in winter.
Step 1: Select new shoots from the mother plant.
Choose healthy stems with fresh growth. Learn how to take rosemary cuttings from established mother plant and grow new rosemary plants in containers that can be moved outside in summer and indoors in winter. Rosemary is a perennial herb in USDA Hardiness Zones 8 and warmer where it can be planted in garden and can grow 4 feet tall and spread about 4 feet wide depending on variety.
In the past I've rooted thousands of rosemary cuttings. I use moist Pro-mix or any soiless medium. Take" tip(at the top)or stem cuttings(below the top). Try to stay away from wood that is too soft or too hard. Cut just below a leaf. Remove some leaves that will be in the soil. Dust on some rooting hormone. Jun 04, Alexandria Waste Recovery Facility Burnside Place, Alexandria, VA Potomac Landfill Greentree Lane, Dumfries, VA Waste Management Northeast Transfer Station Queens Chapel Rd.
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