Description: Native to the Mediterranean, Rosemary is a perennial evergreen shrub with leaves similar to pine needles and blue flowers. Spring and summer are the most active growing periods for Rosemary, which is a part of the mint family.
Culinary Uses: The pungent flavor of Rosemary makes it an ideal complement to a variety of Italian dishes, including meats and tomato sauces. It is also especially popular as a lamb seasoning. An extremely versatile herb, Rosemary can be found in many recipes for fish, vegetables, fruits and grains.
Part Of Plant Used: Sprigs of Leaves
Rosemary comes in the following retail packages:
Meats, vegetables, breads and marinades are just a few recipes that benefit from the fragrance and taste of Rosemary. You’re sure to enjoy its fresh-picked flavor.