Rosemary in Nursery Grow Pot
Rosemary in Plastic Pot
How to Grow and Care
They go from six to eight hours of strong, direct light to four to six hours of weak or indirect light. The rosemary plant is unable to produce enough energy to stay alive on this amount of weak light and simply dies.
The first step to preventing rosemary light starvation is to put your rosemary on a sunlight diet before you bring it indoors. Several weeks before you plan on bringing the rosemary inside, move the plant to gradually shadier areas of your yard. This will force the rosemary plant to grow leaves that are more efficient at turning light into energy, which will help it cope with weaker indoor light when it moves inside.
Only water the soil when the top of the soil is dry to the touch. But, that being said, never let the soil dry out completely. Watering too often will cause root rot, which will kill the plant. On the other side, if the soil of the rosemary plant is allowed to dry out completely, the roots will die back and the plant will not have enough roots to support itself.Suitable for Indoors and Outdoors.
Height of Plant including Planter: 50cm approximately
Size of Planter: Height 13cm x Diameter 14cm