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Try scattering fresh rosemary clippings over the briquettes in a charcoal grill.



Use sharp secateurs to deadhead the flowers, and then shorten any long stems using loppers, taking them back to a main stem or low set of leaves. The most important thing is to not cut back too far.



Cut stems that have been killed off by frost back to their first set of green leaves.



Like its Mediterranean cousin lavender, rosemary does not regrow from old wood. Pruning rosemary plants and bushes are necessary at least once a year to make sure the plant is kept healthy, lives longer, and is formed in a nice shape. If you don’t prune rosemary regularly, the plant will eventually get woody, will produce fewer leaves and flowers. In this article, I will give you some pruning tips for your rosemary plant or bush so that it can stay fragrant, healthy. Sep 18, To prune rosemary, clip off the faded flowers, if any.

You can preserve the flowers with Borax for use in dried flower arrangements, craft projects or potpourri.





Use a good pair of pruning shears to trim back just below the flower area. Mar 20, For pruning, you must use sharp garden snips, shears or scissors like this. Trim about 2 inches of the root matter and side shoot section before repotting it.

Keep the pruned shoots and roots in the shade for 2 to 3 days.



Before you start the job of pruning rosemary, be sure that your garden shears are nice and sharp.



This allows your rosemary to acclimatize to the changes. Mar 05, In this video, I am pruning my four years old rosemary bush (Rosmarinus officinalis), that I grew from cuttings and planted next to my stone-built, off-grid.





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