Rosmarinus officinalis. Every kitchen garden should try Rosemary, a versatile herb with a pungent flavor and a heady, pine-mint scent. A stiff, upright shrub with dark sea-green, spiky leaves with silver under-sides, it pairs well with virtually all meats, most seafood and many vegetables. Make sure to dry some of your Rosemary for winter use. This sun worshipper is best raised as transplants sown indoors a whopping 12 to 16 weeks prior to setting out after the last spring frost date
. (It could take 4 weeks to germinate.) Bee friendly. Tender perennial to horticultural zone 8. Variable height: 12" to 36". (OP.)
Average seed life: 1 year.
One packet of about 100 seeds