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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the tribe Mentheae — rosemary.


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  • They should all survive the winter, apart from the Vietnamese coriander, so come autumn whip that out and replace with another herb that's great for winter cooking – a prostrate rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus'), for example, would be ideal.

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  • On the drier ridges (Monte Blanco), Halimium commutatum and H. halimifolium, rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis, lavender Lavandula stoechas, rockrose Cistus sp. and thymeThymus tomentosa grow with introduced stone pine Pinus pinea and Eucalyptus sp.

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  • Other species typical of the "steppe arborée" are Globularia alypum, Salsola vermiculata, Thymus ciliatus, Helianthemum virgatum, Cistus libanotis, Rosmarinus tournefortii and Asparagus stipularis.

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  • Shrublands, including maquis and the aromatic, soft-leaved and drought-tolerant vegetationof Rosmarinus, Salvia, and Thymus, persist in the semi-arid, lowland, and coastal regions of the Basin.

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  • It is a small evergreen shrub, Rosmarinus officinalis, whose 1inch leaves resemble curved pine needles.

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  • The name Rosemary stems from the Latin Rosmarinus, and is generally believed to stand for, Ros meaning Dew and Marinus meaning “of the sea” or Dew of the Sea.

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  • Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis is the single species of the Rosmarinus Genus but has over 17 varieties cultivars that we use on a regular basis.

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  • Rosemary Rosemary is a distinctive woody shrub, Rosmarinus officinalis, that grows in the dry Mediterranean scrublands, with leaves so narrow and tightly rolled that they look like pine needles.

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  • Hibiscus sabdariffa rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis sage, Salvia officinalis sapote, Casimiroa edulis sesame, Sesamum indicum shea butter tree,

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