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What is Rosemary?


Rosemary is an evergreen shrub with numerous branches, ash-colored. scaly bark and bears opposite, leathery, thick leaves which are lustrous and dark green above and downy white underneath. They have a prominent vein in the middle and margins which are rolled down. The pale blue, sometimes white, relatively small, flowers grow in short axillary racemes, arranged in false whorls on the upper parts of the branches, blooming during April and May, or later in cooler climates. Zone 5. Because it is not winter-hardy, it seldom succeeds in finding a home in the gardens north of Florida and southern California, but it is frequently grown in flower pots. Rosemary needs an alkaline soil in a sunny, well-drained spot. To harvest, cut 4-inch sections from the tip of the plant. Varieties of rosemary: Prostratus, Collingwood Ingram, Tuscan blue, Arp, Hardy Hill.

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Funds provided by interest from a gift from The Harry L. Crisp, II and Rosemary Berkel Crisp Foundation to the honor society's Research Endowment. ...

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Recipe for Pork Tenderloin With Roasted Plums & Rosemary: Lush vanilla- and rosemary-scented plums marry beautifully with succulent pork tenderloin.

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Rosemary
Rosemary is an herbal medicine taken by mouth to treat upset stomach with gas, headache, cancer, stress, nervous tension, promote menstrual (period) flow, and to raise low blood pressure. It is put on the skin to stop redness and pain and to treat myalgia and sciatica (pain in the muscles and nerves). Rosemary oil has been used to promote wound healing.

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Mi-tieh-hsiang
Rosemary is an evergreen shrub with numerous branches, ash-colored. scaly bark and bears opposite, leathery, thick leaves which are lustrous and dark green above and downy white underneath. They have a prominent vein in the middle and margins which are rolled down. The pale blue, sometimes white, relatively small, flowers grow in short axillary racemes, arranged in false whorls on the upper parts of the branches, blooming during April and May, or later in cooler climates. Zone 5. Because it is not winter-hardy, it seldom succeeds in finding a home in the gardens north of Florida and southern California, but it is frequently grown in flower pots. Rosemary needs an alkaline soil in a sunny, well-drained spot. To harvest, cut 4-inch sections from the tip of the plant. Varieties of rosemary: Prostratus, Collingwood Ingram, Tuscan blue, Arp, Hardy Hill.

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Rosemary plant
Rosemary is an evergreen shrub with numerous branches, ash-colored. scaly bark and bears opposite, leathery, thick leaves which are lustrous and dark green above and downy white underneath. They have a prominent vein in the middle and margins which are rolled down. The pale blue, sometimes white, relatively small, flowers grow in short axillary racemes, arranged in false whorls on the upper parts of the branches, blooming during April and May, or later in cooler climates. Zone 5. Because it is not winter-hardy, it seldom succeeds in finding a home in the gardens north of Florida and southern California, but it is frequently grown in flower pots. Rosemary needs an alkaline soil in a sunny, well-drained spot. To harvest, cut 4-inch sections from the tip of the plant. Varieties of rosemary: Prostratus, Collingwood Ingram, Tuscan blue, Arp, Hardy Hill.

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Garden Rosemary
Rosemary is an evergreen shrub with numerous branches, ash-colored. scaly bark and bears opposite, leathery, thick leaves which are lustrous and dark green above and downy white underneath. They have a prominent vein in the middle and margins which are rolled down. The pale blue, sometimes white, relatively small, flowers grow in short axillary racemes, arranged in false whorls on the upper parts of the branches, blooming during April and May, or later in cooler climates. Zone 5. Because it is not winter-hardy, it seldom succeeds in finding a home in the gardens north of Florida and southern California, but it is frequently grown in flower pots. Rosemary needs an alkaline soil in a sunny, well-drained spot. To harvest, cut 4-inch sections from the tip of the plant. Varieties of rosemary: Prostratus, Collingwood Ingram, Tuscan blue, Arp, Hardy Hill.

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Rosemary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant evergreen needle-like leaves. It is native to the Mediterranean region. ...

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Orange rosemary roasted chicken - MayoClinic.com
Orange-rosemary roasted chicken — one of many healthy recipes from Mayo Clinic.

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Rosemary Kennedy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rose Marie "Rosemary" Kennedy (September 13, 1918 – January 7, 2005) was the third child and first daughter of Rose Elizabeth Kennedy née Fitzgerald and ...

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Pan-braised onions with rosemary - MayoClinic.com
Pan-braised onions with rosemary — one of many healthy recipes from Mayo Clinic.

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Cookbook:Rosemary - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Rosemary is a perennial woody herb, which grows in temperate and Mediterranean climates. The thin needle-like leaves are used in cooking. ...

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Rosemary Clooney - famed bipolar singer - career was interrupted
Jun 29, 2002 ... Singer Rosemary Clooney was profoundly affected by the bipolar disorder that interrupted her career in the late 1960s.

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Rosemary West - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rosemary Pauline "Rose" West (née Letts) (born 29 November 1953 in Barnstaple) is a British serial killer, now an inmate at HMP Low Newton, Brasside, ...

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FBI — ROSEMARY LORRAINE GODBOLT-MOLDER
Rosemary Lorraine Godbolt-Molder has ties to Trenton, New Jersey; and the Fort Bliss and El Paso, Texas, areas. On occasion, Godbolt-Molder is known to ...

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