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Rosemary means "dew of the sea"-- referring to the fact that it thrives along coasts and isn't bothered by a salty breeze.

Why We Love It

We use rosemary to make all-natural mosquito repellant and salves for healing bruises and skin irritations.


Rosemary is hard to grow from seed but can be easily propagated through clippings-- just keep it in full sun.


According to legend, rosemary grows well in gardens kept by determined women.

Claim To Fame

The most famous Rosemary is Mia Farrow's titular character in Rosemary's Baby, Roman Polanski's iconic 1968 horror film.