Good Rosemary Seeds

by Been There Done That

Rosemary is a tough seed to germinate. It takes 8-12 weeks, but those who are patient and willing to do a little research online, will be happy with the results. I tried 2 methods: half the seeds I just dropped on top of the soil. They germinated within 10 days. The other half I lightly buried and they germinated in about 8-9 weeks. The end result was 100% germination and this is the first time I've tried to raise them. The seeds are good. If anyone isn't getting results, it's because they're not doing their homework.

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Feb 19, 2020
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by: Juanita

Hi Been There Done That,
I have personally grown our Rosemary Seeds and they did just fine. The trick is in the planting. Do not put the seeds more than 1/4 inch deep in the soil. The reason is because seeds have only so much energy to grow out of the dirt. If you put them too deep, they run out of energy and cannot break the surface of the dirt.

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