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Ah, rosemary—a crucial and yet often overlooked plant with a surprising number of uses. Many people associate rosemary with cooking, and there are good reasons for doing so. After all, rosemary comes from the mint family, which means that it functions particularly well as a garnish on fish, and works well stuffed inside many kinds of poultry. The uses of rosemary go beyond culinary considerations, though. For instance, Rosemary also has a rich and woodsy scent. This can make rosemary a lovely addition to air fresheners and aromatherapy mixtures. Some have even linked rosemary oil to hair growth, anti-ageing and weight loss (although these claims should not be taken as guarantees and should be investigated thoroughly by anybody interested in using rosemary for these purposes).

 

With all the things you can do with rosemary, you might be tempted to run out right away and buy rosemary seeds. Before you do, though, consider the quality of the seeds you want to purchase. Whether you intend to use rosemary for cooking, freshening up the atmosphere of your home or any purposes related to health and wellness, you'll want to be sure that you've purchased seeds with the highest possible nutritional content. For that reason, you’ll probably want to seek out old traditional rosemary seeds.

 

What are non-hybrid seeds, you might ask? Non-hybrid (or open-pollinated) seeds are seeds that come from naturally pollinated plants. Some non-hybrid strains have been around for centuries, and they carry much greater nutritional content than seeds that have been hybridized. Purchasing non-hybrid seeds is also an excellent way to preserve original plant strains, some of which are dying out as a result of modifications. When people use the old traditional seeds, they’re protecting crop diversity and ensuring that the highly nutritional natural versions of these plants continue to survive.

 

Consider looking at Eden Seeds the next time you want to buy rosemary seeds in Australia. Eden Seeds sells only non-hybrid seeds. Shopping with us is a wonderful way to make sure you can plant the freshest, most natural rosemary available anywhere. Before you know it, you will be serving food to your family and friends with produce you have grown yourself.

 

Shop with Convenience and Buy Rosemary Seeds Online

 

Eden Seeds makes seed shopping easy by enabling you to buy online. When you purchase from us, you'll be able to select from several different quantity options, then place your order through our clear and convenient online checkout process. This user-friendly method makes buying online even more convenient than visiting a store in person. We are also happy to help with any questions you have.

 

Embrace the Benefits of Homegrown Food

 

Growing your own non-hybrid seeds is an excellent way to eat clean and help protect nature, but it's also more sustainable for your garden. You can use open-pollinated seeds again and again. This helps keep your garden going for as long as you continue to care for your plants. If you put the time in, you will continue to enjoy the benefits of fresh herbs as a great addition to any meal, or perhaps as a beautiful scent kept hidden away in your desk or drawers.

 


 

Rosemary

(Rosmarinus officinalis)

Evergreen shrub to 60cm. Repels moths and flies, liked by bees. Companion to sage, cabbage, beans, and carrots. Sheltered position to north. Aromatic leaves, used as a culinary seasoning. Sow in trays with seeds on top of growing mix as light is needed to germinate. Mist to moisten and cover with plastic to keep moist. Perennial. Sow spring and autumn.

Seed count: 750/g.

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