It is originally found in the mediterranean along the coast. It has been used since early greek and roman times.
For cooking you use the stem and leaves. When harvesting you cut above the woody growth. Rosemary is used in culinary, landscaping, and crafts.
Sweet or Savory?
Rosemary is savory and is used most commonly in chicken and lamb.
Fresh or Dried?
Rosemary is dried.
Antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, good source of iron, calcium, and B6. It also helps digestion and chances concentration and focus as well as helps prevent cancer, diabetes, and brain aging.
The name rosemary originates from the latin word rosmarinus meaning "dew of the sea"
The plant can easily grow up to 5 feet tall
Plant contains pretty small blue-purple flowers
in the 16th century Rosemary was burned in sick rooms to kill germs
Rosemary was herb of the year in 2000