Majorca Pink Rosemary is known for its pink flowers, adding a unique and attractive element to the traditional blue-flowered rosemary.
Leaves: 'Majorca Pink' rosemary has narrow, aromatic leaves similar to other rosemary varieties. The leaves are typically green, and they carry the classic rosemary fragrance.
Stems: The plant has woody stems and a generally upright growth habit.
Flowers: 'Majorca Pink' is known for its pink flowers, adding a unique and attractive element to the traditional blue-flowered rosemary. The flowering typically occurs in spring and early summer.
Culinary: The leaves of 'Majorca Pink' rosemary can be used in culinary applications to flavor a variety of dishes, including roasted meats, vegetables, and bread.
Aromatic: The fragrant leaves make it suitable for use in potpourris, sachets, or simply as an aromatic addition to gardens.
Soil: Well-drained soil is essential. Rosemary prefers slightly alkaline to neutral soil.
Watering: Allow the soil to dry out between waterings. Rosemary is drought-tolerant once established and prefers moderate watering.
Sunlight: 'Majorca Pink' rosemary thrives in full sun. It should receive at least six hours of direct sunlight daily.
Hardiness: Rosemary is generally hardy and can be grown as a perennial in . 8 to 10. It can tolerate a range of temperatures.
Harvest rosemary leaves as needed for culinary purposes. Regular pruning can help maintain the plant's shape and encourage new growth.
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