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December 02, 2006



I always kill those Rosemary trees for some reason. This fall, after a tip from a neighbor, I dug up my outside Rosemary & potted it. (I figured it was going to die anyway, so no loss if I killed it) So far, it seems to be happy. I have it near a south-facing window, upstairs where it's kinda warm & low humidity. It's actually growing better there than it did outside. So far anyway.

And it's nice to be able to run upstairs and snip off a few pieces when I'm cooking.


The holly and winterberry are beautiful shrubs! I envy you the variety of plants you've chosen for your landscaping. I rarely think of winter interest when I'm choosing plants, and I can see that I need to rethink this.

I saw the potted rosemary trees at HD. I was tempted, but passed, because I have killed every rosemary that I've ever brought into the house! I love the scent, though. Good luck wintering it over.


Winter interest is something I've just started dealing with this year - never really thought about it before.

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