Rosemary Plants

Can Rosemary Be Planted Year Round in Zone 5?

marlefty added on April 26, 2012 | Answered

Rosemary, being a perennial, can it be planted in the colder regions?

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Answered on April 27, 2012

Rosemary is really a zone 6 plant. You can get it to winter over in zone 5 if it is in a sheltered location, like near the foundation of a house. Even then it will be iffy. It is best to either bring it in for the winter or buy new ones each year.

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