Should you let your rosemary plant flower?

It’s not necessary to wait for the flowering to finish and, in fact, this is not a good idea. Pruning too late in the year might encourage new growth that will not have hardened before the first frost. What is this? In many locations, late July is a good time, and for warmer hardiness zones, you can prune in September.

Should I stop rosemary from flowering?

Do NOT remove the flowers from your rosemary if: You want the plant to produce seeds. You want to attract bees to the garden (bees are your friends as they pollinate flowers). You like how they look.

Does rosemary flower on new growth?

Rosemary can flower at several times through the growing season, especially when it is in a warm dry climate with lots of sun and can even bloom during mild Winters. Early Spring is the best time to prune if you want the rosemary to flower.

Should you let herbs bloom?

Harvest flowering herbs like basil, sage and thyme before their flowers bloom. Once they bloom, the leaves lose their flavor. I prefer to snip off all the flower buds so that the plant lasts longer. Once the plant flowers it will start to make seeds and stop producing leaves.

Does rosemary flower all year?

Rosemary is an ornamental evergreen shrub with attractive, aromatic, deep green leaves and blue flowers in spring and early summer. Although it is usually thought of as a herb for use in the kitchen, it is a colourful and attractive garden plant in its own right.

Is it good for rosemary to flower?

SpeciesFlower ColorLeaf Color
Golden RainDark Blue FlowersGolden Leaves


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