What’s happening on Mist Mountain? A Walk Around in April, a very unpredictable month.
Rosemary is another one of those plants that is not sure if it likes it up on the mountain or not. One plant has finally decided that the rain house is maybe okay. The smell is divine. I would recommend planting it somewhere where you will brush up against it once in a while. The local pizza place had two large plants of rosemary in pots on either side of their entrance for a long time making their presence known every time you went in or out of the door. It must have been a good marketing ploy, because it certainly made me think of food. I don’t know why they are not there anymore. I will have to ask.
Anyway, I digress. Rosemary is fairly easy to grow and keeps on giving. You can pick off sprigs as you need, or you cut a bigger trimmings, tie together in a bundle, and hang upside down to dry. In April, it is just getting it’s green on and sending out new branches.
3 thoughts on “The Rosemary is in the Rain House”
My rosemary made it through our mild winter and now has little blue flowers! I love reading about the goings on at Mist Mountain!
Thank you so much. It is fun to write about it as well. It is my sanctuary for sure.
I love rosemary as well. Every time I smell it I think she likes to be remembered as well.