Where is Rosemary native to?
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Besides, where does Rosemary originally come from?
Rosemary, a herb whose botanical name is Rosmarinus officinalis, is a sun-loving shrub, native to the south of France and other Mediterranean regions. It is widely cultivated for its aromatic and medicinal properties.
Subsequently, question is, can Rosemary be poisonous? Ingestion of large quantities of rosemary may cause stomach and intestinal irritation, kidney damage and/or toxicity.
Beside above, where does rosemary grow?
Unlike most herbs that live for only one season, rosemary is an evergreen shrub in zone 8 and farther south. For that reason, you should choose a location where it can continue to grow for years to come. It thrives in a sunny, well-drained location where it will reach up to 3 feet tall and wide.
Is Rosemary native to Australia?
Native Rosemary. This bushy Australian native shrub has masses of small, mauve flowers along the stems for most of the year. It grows to 2 m high by 2 m wide. It prefers full-sun for best flowering and tolerates most soils.