Rosemary loves sunlight and needs at least 6 to 8 hours of direct sun exposure every day.
Rosemary is a drought-tolerant plant that does not need much water. In fact, overwatering can cause root rot and fungal diseases that can kill your rosemary plant.
You should only water your rosemary plant when the top inch of the soil feels dry to the touch.
Rosemary is a fast-growing plant that can become leggy or woody if left untrimmed or unpruned. You should trim or prune your rosemary plant regularly to maintain its shape, size, and health.
Avoid using too much fertilizer or manure on your rosemary plant as it can make the soil too rich or alkaline for your rosemary plant.
You can propagate rosemary by taking cuttings from healthy and mature stems of your rosemary plant.