Add flavor to your food with fresh-from-the-garden Rosemary. More easy-to-grow- herbs: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/herbs/easy-to-grow-herbs/?socsrc=bhgpin092213rosemary&page=11 Gardens Ideas, Rosemary Plant, Growing Herbs, Plants, Herbs Gardens, Design Tips, Gardens Herbs, Flower, Gardens Growing
Rosemary is tender perennial i.e. has to be taken in for Winter. This one was baby from Nicky Spring 2012
Basil - With dozens of types to choose from, basil satisfies almost any palate. It's best known as the main ingredient in pesto, but some varieties impart anise, lemon, mint, cinnamon, or clove flavors to foods. Selections that have purple foliage or attractive blooms are especially ornamental. Grow basil in full sun, tucking a few plants into flowerbeds or into container gardens.
Rosemary Herbal action: cardiovascular stimulant, diaphoretic, antispasmodic, carminative, analgesic, sedative, antimicrobial, thymoleptic Indications: circulatory stasis, peripheral coldness, weakness, fatigue, cardiovascular disease, hypotension, melancholia, memory loss, mental confusion, heart constriction, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, anemia, headaches, neuralgia