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Rosemary is pine-scented herb, that grows into a small shrub that can reach up to four feet in height in an ideal climate. The plant produces flat, needle-like leaves that are about one-inch in length, green in color with a silver-grey sheen on the underside. Rosemary’s needle-like leaves grow in thick rows, straight upward on multi-branched, woody stems. The fragrance is very pungent, with a bitter and astringent, pine-like taste. When mature, white or blue, two-lipped flowers bloom at the tops of the stems. Rosemary is generally harvested prior to flowering.
Rosemary is available year-round.
Rosemary is an evergreen herb, botanically classified as Rosmarinus officinalis. Rosemary is grown not only for culinary use, but also for its aromatic and medicinal purposes. Rosemary is in the same family as mint, the Labiatae family; however, some botanists believe it is more closely related to sage, and should be in the Salvia family.