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      Rosemary Outdoors and In: If you have sun, you can grow rosemary - just bring it in when the temperature drops

    • Jayne L. Wells Rosemary Outdoors and In - How to care for, propagate & prune rosemary. -- If you have sun, you can grow rosemary just bring it in when the temperature drops. ~~ I have rosemary dying (again) on my indoor garden shelves! Wish I had seen this article earlier!!!

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      Grow Rosemary Outdoors and In (Also tells how to propagate by cuttings) | Fine Gardening

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      Rosemary Outdoors and - Fine Gardening article on growing and propagating rosemary.

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      Rosemary Outdoors and In | Fine Gardening | How to propagate rosemary

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      Growing Rosemary | tips for your herb garden

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      Keeping potted rosemary healthy

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