How and why plant rosemary in the garden

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How and why plant rosemary in the garden

Interesting article, of which I consider essential to have a healthy and natural garden, today we are going to know a bit about rosemary, an aromatic plant that cannot be missing in our garden, if we want everything to go successfully and we will see how and why plant Rosemary in the garden is almost essential for all of us.

 

In this video we will see how we should plant it in the garden and the care we should have with it, also a little over the way to reproduce it and the benefits it has for the garden, apart from those known as medicinal. In La Huertina De Toni, we do not doubt to always have more than one rosemary plant.

 

Even so, if the video does not understand me well, or if you want to have the information at hand, I put interesting data on rosemary and its cultivation.

 

Description: Rosemary is a woody shrub with evergreen leaves that are much ramified and occasionally squat and can reach 2 meters in height.

 

Type of soil: Rosemary, like many other aromatic plants, is not a plant that requires much care. It grows on all types of soils, preferably arid, dry, somewhat sandy and permeable, adapting very well to poor soils. It grows in littoral and low mountain areas.

 

Irrigation: Irrigation has to be scarce or nil depending on the zones, in rainy areas or humid climates we should not irrigate the plant, anything more than in a time of drought.

 

Climate: Its natural climate is the Mediterranean climate, it grows on the coast, but it adapts well to climates that are not very extreme, for example to temperate, or warm-temperate, also to dry climates.

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Reproduction: By seeds, they are sown in spring in the nursery. But the fastest and safest means is the reproduction by cuttings. In March branches of about 15 cm of a plant of at least two years are cut and buried at half height. The rooting takes about two months and can be transplanted in autumn or the following spring.

 

Care and Diseases: The main enemy of the Rosemary is the fungi, which develop when the plant is very humid and in places with little ventilation. If the rosemary is planting outside it is important that the soil has a good drainage otherwise the water accumulates can cause the plant to die by excess water.

Pruning can be done at the end of February, to prepare it for spring.

And now, the benefits of rosemary in the garden that you will discover when you watch the video! I encourage you all to plant rosemary in your garden. Do you dare to plant it? Have you already planted it?

Rosemary has among its powerful properties components that act in the organism preventing cancer. Rosemary oil is an excellent natural treatment to fight arthritis, for pains in muscles and joints, for its great anti-inflammatory properties inhibits the COX-2 enzymes, which is the cause of pain and inflammation in the body.

 

This pleasant-smelling plant is a powerful antioxidant, which combined with the aforementioned properties, such as anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory strongly strengthen the immune system.

 

It has also been proven that it also has antibacterial properties; helps the digestive system, especially if you suffer from constipation or suffer from indigestion due to the consumption of a food. It is also widely used as a natural remedy to relieve respiratory problems and to improve poor blood circulation.

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