Rosemary / Romero (Salvia rosmarinus) herb live plant 8”-12”
Rosemary is most often used to season meats, especially lamb, pork, and chicken. Chopped rosemary can be added to bread or biscuit dough, and the flavor will infuse throughout during cooking. Potatoes, beans, and lentils also pair well with rosemary. Rosemary can be quite potent and is therefore usually used sparingly. Rosemary is a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, which are thought to help boost the immune system and improve blood circulation. Rosemary is considered a cognitive stimulant and can help improve memory performance and quality. It is also known to increase alertness, intelligence, and focus.
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What Does Tropical Plant Mean?
A tropical plant is a plant that grows naturally in a tropical climate. A tropical climate is typically hot and humid, with temperatures constantly exceeding 18 degrees Celsius / 64 fahrenheit with zero frost days.
In colder climates north of the equator, tropical plants can be grown as houseplants and set outside during the warm, sunny months. Commercially, tropical plants can be grown in colder climates, but they must be grown inside greenhouses and with other forms of controlled environment agriculture.
The term tropical plant refers to any type of plant that naturally flourishes in an environment that resembles the Tropics, a region of the Earth surrounding the equator.What is rosemary and what is it used for?
Rosemary is an aromatic plant known and used since ancient times as a condiment and for medicinal purposes.
What diseases does rosemary prevent?
Rosemary can treat diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, hair loss, respiratory problems, stomach problems, headache, premenstrual pain, depression and prevents degenerative diseases by having antioxidant properties”
Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean, so it should ideally be positioned in a sunny, sheltered spot. Perhaps surprisingly, rosemary is quite frost-hardy. The plants do, however, need well-draining soil, and are unlikely to thrive in heavy clay or boggy ground.
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