Propagating Rosemary: Easy Cuttings

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Rosemary is one of the slowest-growing herbs, but does quite well at being propagated by cutting. WARNING: EVERYTHING you touch will smell like rosemary! Which might be a good thing. I’m…

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  1. Hey guys! They turned out pretty good–I got a good 3-4 of them to grow
    well, but whatever I had alive I lost in a frost l:( I would guess an
    average of 50% success, though. I just did 10 tiny ones, I’ll let you know
    how they turned out :)

  2. I tried taking cuttings for years. The city had a beautiful plant that I
    tried many times. I finally caught them as they were removing most of the
    plant. I got some with roots. Now I have two growing. I am using your
    method to make some more. I will report back on how they do. Key man

  3. I have good experience growing rosemary from cuttings. My experience tells
    me, rosemary is not a slow growing plant if grown from cuttings, from seeds
    maybe but cuttings grow well.As far as growing from tender stems vs woody,
    The woody ones will grow faster if planted with good soil and proper
    climate. Ive also learned that Rosemary doesnt like too much chemicals or
    too much perlite. Regular soil will do fine. Note that rosemary likes lots
    of sun and breeze (air flow). Hates humidity.

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