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Overwintering Rosemary Inside

I have not been successful in bringing my rosemary plants inside for the winter. Leaves turn yellow and they seem to get mites or something. I really don’t want to have to repurchase plants every spring. I live in Seattle and leaving them in a protected spot outside would be great, but I prefer to bring them inside.


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#1 Comment By Nikki On 09/06/2011 @ 6:37 am

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I love neem oil for my houseplants in the winter. It does a great job of keeping off the powdery mildew and pests that can kill indoor plants. Here is more info on that:
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