Q&As Rosemary Plant
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Is Rosemary a perennial?
Yes, rosemary is a perennial plant and -if the conditions are optimum- a healthy and well cared plant can live up to 20 years.
Why is my rosemary plant turning brown?
A plant pathology diagnosis cannot be made from the internet. However, if your rosemary leaves have turned brown and you have not recently changed the place where your rosemary is planted, you can examine if the drainage of the soil is proper. In many reported cases, rosemary leaves turn brown due to root rot.
Is rosemary plant an evergreen?
Yes, rosemary plant is evergreen.
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11.) Q&As Rosemary Plant
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