Today we’ll show you how to successfully grow rosemary indoors! Rosemary is an extremely aromatic herb that adds an amazing depth of flavor to many dishes, especially meats, stews, and grilled foods. Having rosemary right in your kitchen at your fingertips will make your dishes sparkle and your guests coming back for more! Let’s take a look at how to grow rosemary indoors!
How to Grow Rosemary Indoors
- For your rosemary herb to grow healthy, you’ll need a big enough pot that has good drainage.
- Make sure the soil is an organic, rich compost mix.
- You can either plant rosemary from seed, or purchase a rosemary seedling from your local nursery. Purchasing an already grown rosemary plant is always best though, as rosemary can be a little tricky to grow directly from seed!
- Once planted, spray the rosemary plant with some water, and make sure the soil is moist enough.
Caring for Your Rosemary Plant:
- Set your rosemary plant on a windowsill which gets direct sunlight.
- Rosemary plants love the sun, so make sure it receives at least 6-8 hours of sunlight.
- Allow the top 2 inches of soil to dry out before watering again.
- Use a liquid fertilizer once or twice a month.
- Use a fan to prevent mildew forming on your plant. Place a fan right in front of your rosemary plant for a few hours each day. This will get the air circulating and prevent any mildew that the rosemary plant is prone to.
- You can harvest rosemary by snipping directly above a stem joint.
- This will allow for new growth to continue!
- Be sure to never remove more than 1/3 of plant at one time.