Rosemary propagation - best done in late fall/early winter; cut 2.5 inch stems from new growth of an established plant, snip off the bottom leaves, dip the bottom 0.25 inch in rooting hormone and place in a container with equal amounts of peat moss and perlite. *Note: for established plants, let dry out between waterings. Growing Rosemary, Favorite Herbs, Fine Gardens, Rosemary Plants, 2 Inch Cut, Rosemary Propagation, Propagation Rosemary, Rosemary Cut, Rosemary Outdoor
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