Question by  spack (19)

How to feed and water a rosemary plant?

I need to care for my rosemary plant.


Answer by  case (1261)

The care will depend if it's in a pot or in the ground. If it's in pot you will need to water once a week or when the soil is dry. If the plant is in the ground you will need to water only when there hasn't been enough rain.


Answer by  tadpole (468)

The Rosemary plant needs very little care. It is not a heavy feeder so I would not worry about feeding it and only water it when it is dry. If this plant is inside it will not do as well as it would have outside. It just grows better in dirt. But it is doable.


Answer by  swshee (88)

A rosemary plant requires little care while it is growing. Water only when the soil is dry and only feed once a month with fertilizer. The plant should not be over watered. The best fertilizer to use to feed the plant is liquid. Apply enough liquid to dampen the soil.


Answer by  hedgielady (126)

Rosemary prefers slightly drier soil, so give only average watering and make sure the plant is in well-drained soil. Apply a balanced fertilizer in spring, along with mulch.


Answer by  worker81 (194)

Rosemary plants do very well with minimal watering. In fact, it is a plant that should stay out of warm moist climates or stay indoors. Fertilization is easy also. Once a month with an Organic Fertilizer is my best recommendation. Make sure the fertilizer that you get is water soluble not granular or powder.


Answer by  Jalaine11 (2043)

Your rosemary needs very little watering. Allow the soil to dry before watering again. You should fertilize your plant once a month during the growing season using an all purpose fertilizer. Also, give you plant at least 4 hours of sunlight per day.


Answer by  franklinelmo (41)

Rosemary plant is a very attractive plant, this grows in a friable loam soil with a good drianage position. It grows fine in nertral alkaline conditions which means ph 7-7. 8 with good fertility.

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