Is rosemary a native plant to Australia?

Answer Rosemary is a native of the Mediterranean region and is part of the large mint or Lamiaceae family which includes many other herbs.

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How to Plant a Native Wildflower Garden With Plant Plugs?

2010 Perennial Plant of the Year Baptisia australis - Blue Wild IndigoNative wildflowers are easy and care free after they are established. They are beautiful and you can attract birds and butterfl... Read More »

Is the chimpanzee native to Australia?

Chimpanzees are not native to Australia. In fact, no monkeys or apes are native to Australia, though you might see them in zoos. Instead, chimpanzees are native to Central Africa.Source:National Ge... Read More »

Where can you plant rosemary?

plant in a pot in sun A bit more info Try the link below for a more in depth answer

What is rosemary the plant used for?

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) has many uses. The whole plant is decorative. - The trailing or prostrate form can be used in pots (in colder areas) or along slopes in a rock garden. - The upri... Read More »