Rosemary ( Salvia rosmarinus ) belongs to the mint family and has its origins in the Mediterranean region. It grows bushy and can reach a height of up to one meter. It prefers a sunny, sheltered spot. It can grow in beds or in tubs . The soil should be loosely sandy so that no waterlogging can occur. In the bucket it has to be watered occasionally, while in the bed it does not require much care. Most rosemary plants are hardy and can withstand temperatures down to minus 15 degrees. To make sure it survives the winter, you should cover it or put it in a frost-free place.
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