Common name : Rosemary

Scientific name : Rosmarinusofficinalis

Family : Lamiaceae

Native land : Mediterranean region

Rosemary is a woody, perennial herb. It is a generally erect, rounded, evergreen shrub with aromatic, needle-like, grey-green leaves and tiny, two-lipped, pale blue to white flowers. It grows up to 4-6 feet tall in areas where it is winter-hardy. Fresh or dried leaves may be used in a variety of cooking applications such as stews, breads, stuffings, herbal butters or vinegars. Its oil is commercially used in some perfumes, soaps, shampoos, lotions and other toiletries. Rosemary has been used for a variety of medicinal and curative purposes.

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