Is my rosemary plant hopeless since it looks dead?
My son brought a Rosemary (Christmas tree pruned) plant from Texas to Nebraska in November. I watered it as instructed and sat it outside in the day when possible, bringing it in at night without fail. I didn't water it until it was dry within 2" from the top. It started turning brown, so I bought a Sunlight Lamp for when it couldn't be outside. Now it is all brown. Is it hopeless? My situation: If it is, I need to get another similar plant in here and murder my husband before July when our son will return.
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It may not be dead, but will need ALOT of TLC to come back to its former glory. This article will tell you how to tell if it is a lost cause and what to do if it is not:
If you do need to replace it, this article will help to keep it alive:
I would also recommend that you not move it back and forth from inside to outside. This can be pretty stressful on a plant, especially in the winter.
Best of luck and maybe you should just beat your husband instead of murdering him. ;)