How far apart do you plant rosemary?
Answer . I do not know for sure ,but I can tell you this:our Rosemary plants have mouse holes under them ...and wherever mice are, snakes will be!
Prunus padus can be used as a hedge or a small specimen tree 30 to 40 feet high.Itdepends why you want to plant it.
Dwarf liriope should be planted 6 to 8 inches apart. It grows quickand can be about 12 inch foliage.
From http://www.cedartrees.com/faqs.asp We have had the most success when people space our 3-3 1/2 foot trees 20 inches apart. You can space them as close as 12 to 14 inches to create a denser hedge faster. 5 to 6 foot cedars may be spaced from 20 to 30 inches apart depending upon how dense you wa…nt the hedge the day they are installed. If you don't want a hedgerow but do want a future windrow they may be spaced 5-10 feet apart. (MORE)
Rosemary is a tender perennial shrub. Grows in zones 7 - 10 Other places it should be planted in a container. Where I lived in Arizona I had a rosemary hedge, it didn't need much work... a little water, a little mulch and I had rosemary anytime and in any quantity I needed. Here in the north I k…eep mine in a deep terracotta pot. It goes outdoors as soon as the frosts are finished and comes in late in the fall. When I bring it in I give it a heavy pruning, my herb cupboard benefits from that, water it well and put it in a sunny window, away from a heat vent, where it is allowed to rest. Come the spring, water it well and move it back outside. (MORE)
plant in a pot in sun. A bit more info . Try the link below for a more in depth answer
Climbing beans are planted 6-8 seeds around each pole which are later thinned to 3-4 plants if using that method, and 8 inches apart in rows. Dwarf beans are planted 4-6 inches apart. Watermelons should be allowed 36 square feet in which to grow. Cucumbers need 4-6 feet each way.
Royal palms should be planted roughly 8 to 10 feet apart. Royalpalm trees are native to the Caribbean Islands.
Yes. Many supermarkets and strip malls use rosemarry as adecorative plant becasue it is easy to maintain and gives a nicefloral smell. Often you can find this plant growing outsidesupermarkets. Just pluck some sprigs and take them home. Make sureto thuroughly wash the sprigs before using. imageslawn….com (MORE)
Sowing Outdoors - Spring Onions . Sow thinly in pre-watered shallow drills, and cover with a little more soil. Allow 20cm (8in) between rows. Keep soil moist until seedlings are established. No need to thin - just pull when onions are young and thin.
Cucumbers should be planted 2 foot apart. The rows of cucumber plants should be spaced 5-6 foot apart.
Abrus precatorius , known commonly as Jequirity , Crab's Eye , Rosary Pea , Precatory bean , Indian Licorice , Saga Tree or Giddee Giddee ( Abrus precatorius ), is a legume (related plants include peas and peanuts) with long, pinnate-leafleted leaves (multiple small leaves attached to a ce…ntral stem). The seed contains the toxic poison abrin. The plant is native to Indonesia and grows in tropical and subtropical areas of the world where it has been introduced. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abrus_precatorius (MORE)
Hi. I am planting a hedge 98 meters long and i don't know how far apart to plant them, they are going to be (saplings) which are very small trees!. I am using all hard wood : Oak ash rowan and beech . please could you help me ?. thankyou
you should always plant cherry trees about 300 mm apart from the house so they don't over grow also it is best to plant them in your backyard or you will have people coming and picking them all the time
far enough for them to grow idiot why do you care? plant them .00001 inches apart and see what happens
Rosemary is a native of the Mediterranean region and is part of the large mint or Lamiaceae family which includes many other herbs.
Rosmarinus officinalis or the common Rosemary is an herbaceous shrub. It is used as an ornamental plant as well as a culinary herb.
I am not sure i understand the question, but i can give some info: All rosemary plant will bloom. they need well drained soil and like sun or half shade. It is important that they have room around them and are free of more aggressive plants as for an example mint-species. Rosemary is not aggressiv…e towards other species and can be put in big pots with other flowers. Some species can survive frost in the winthers but must be protected a bit. Rosemary is a slow growing plant. (MORE)
'Bout two inches, if you take my meaning, but I am not that experienced, and I wouldn't rely on that, and there are also PLENTY of websites out there.... if anyone has a positive answer, PLEASE LET ME KNOW HERE!
The spacing for dwarf bing cherry tree is 10-20 feet. Also most sweet cherry (Bing) are not self pollinating they need a different cherry tree like black tratarian, van, republican, Stella nearby.
like far away man, but close too, but only close enough to be far enough away from each other
Strawberry plants are normally planted about 18-24 inches apart in the row. Keep the rows about 48" apart.
well it depends on the seed. like if you plant corn it has to be 8-12 in. apart or you can just look on the back of the seed packet.
Bush style- green beans :: 4 inches between each plant- when planting them in rows keep each row 6 inches apart.
plant 2 every 6 feet .Should weigh about 6 to 8 lbs and be then about 8" long.
4 to 8 inches apart is a good bet. If planted to close u will have okra but you restrict the plant from filling out. In others words planting it to close it may look long and more straight up and may cut down on how much you could have harvest. I would also suggest soaking them in Luke warm water. N…ot cold and not hot water. Some soak them over night and it draw up the water and it gives u a head start on planting okra. (MORE)
It depends on what variety of apples they are and on what root stock they are grafted.
Plant the bulbs in clusters of 5-7 bulbs 4" apart at irregular intervals, about 4" deep in good fertile soil.
Pull off side shoots about 4 inches long with heel of old wood on it, trim the heel neatly and plant in a shady spot and leave until next year. When you see growth you will know that it has rooted and can be lifted. If you put in a few you increase the chance of success.
The larger the bulbs, the farther apart they must be spaced and the deeper they must be planted. Smaller bulbs can be spaced closer together. Spacing is not a factor when forcing bulbs in containers.
Plants can not grow everywhere in a desert because of it's lack of water it gets. So plants only grow in certain spots in deserts, and these locations are uncommon. So they are spread far apart.
It depends on the type of shrub. A tag that comes with the plant will tell you the optimum spacing.
Maybe try to sponge out some of the water, and just don't water it for awhile. (If there is open space in the container, add a little dry sand on top of the soil.)
Tomato plants should be planted 36-60" apart from each other. If you plant them closer it increases the risk of disease.
Grape vines should be spaced apart according to their type. For cordons, plant 3 feet apart; for horizonal cordons, plant 4 feet apart. Plant fans 8 feet apart and espaliers 6 feet apart.
Sow seeds about 3/4-1" apart, in rows about 16" apart. Once they're up and starting to grow you'll want to thin to about 1-2" apart depending upon the ultimate size of the carrot.
Watermelon plants need lots of space. Seeds can be planted in hills or in rows. Space watermelon plants 6 feet apart in hills. Thin to the best three plants per hill. If planting in rows, watermelon seeds should be about seven feet apart. .
Holly, like most plants, is of both sexes at once. And I would say a good three to four feet.
An adaptation is that when water supplies are low, the plants willslow or even cease food production in an effort to conserveresources.
It will sorta kill the plant but it will release flavor and make a good flavored vinegar.
This pine-scented evergreen can grow to 5 ft (1.5 m) in height. Tiny two-lipped, light blue or violet flowers grow in a cluster of five to seven blossoms each on a pair of short, opposite spikes. And more . . .
Native to the south of France and other Mediterranean regions. Rosemary thrives in chalky or sandy soil in full sun. The herb grows wild on dry, rocky slopes near the sea.
i'd say about a half foot to a whole foot depending on the type of tomato and how big it will get in the future
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 upright form is great as a hedge or back-ground plant (in warmer areas). - The trimmed branches a…re wonderful in fresh flower arrangements and as the base or "bones" of garlands. - In ancient time (and still in some cases today) brides carry rosemary as part of their bouquet for "remembrance." - The trimmed branches can be used in dried flower arrangements and potpourri. Cosmetic and Household Uses - Rosemary essential oil is found in some shampoos. - It is used in combination with borax to treat dandruff. - And also as a final rinse for dark hair - Rosemary can be found perfumery, as an ingredient of some "woodsy' fragrances. - The flower is an ingredient in "Hungary water," an old flower water made from rosemary, lemon, rose, neroli, sage & mint. - It is a common ingredient in soaps and household sprays. - Place sprigs among your lines for a fresh, but less floral scent. - Water boiled with rosemary in it makes a nice anti-septic cleaning solution for your bathroom. Culinary uses are many and varied. - It is found in many meat dishes, particularly with lamb or pork. - Used as part of Italian spice mixes. - The flowers may be tossed in salads or crystallised in sugar. - The leaves can be used (sparingly) to flavour baked potatoes or in an herb butter for vegetables. - The stems work as skewers for barbequing meats and vegetables. - Rosemary is an ingredient in some liquors. Medicinally - Rosemary oil is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal. - Used to treat headaches, either as an infusion, or externally. - It improves circulation and strengthens fragile blood vessels due to the effects of the flavonoid, diosmin. - It is one component in liniments used to treat rheumatism. - To treat digestive problems, particularly to reduce flatulence. - It stimulates digestion, liver and gall bladder secretions (bile). - It is also used to treat painful periods. Aromatherapy and other uses for Rosemary essential oil. Skin care - To treat acne, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, greasy hair, lice, scabies, & varicose veins. - It also regulates seborrhea, stimulates hair growth, & the scalp and as an insect repellent. Circulation, Muscles & Joints - To treat arteriosclerosis, fluid retention, gout, muscular pain, and palpitations. Respiratory System - To treatAsthma, bronchitis, & whooping cough. Immune system - For treatment of colds, flu and infections. Nervous system - To treat headache, hypotension, neuralgia, mental fatigue, nervous exhaustion, and stress-related disorders. * CAUTIONARY NOTE The use (ingestion) of rosemary and particularly rosemary essential oil is inadvisable if you are pregnant or suffering from a depression disorder. And just for the fun of it Magical Uses Other names: Compass weed; Dew of the Sea; Elf leaf; Guardrobe; and Libanotis. Gender: Masculine. Ruled by the Planet: the Sun. Element: Fire Magical Powers: Exorcism, Healing, Love, Lust, Memory, Mental powers, Protection, Purification, Sleep (anti-nightmare), & Youth. Magical uses - As a smudge to cleanse, purify and rid the area of negativity. - Under a pillow/bed to protect the sleeper, help restful sleep and drive away nightmares. - Hung on a porch/door post to guard the house from thieves. - Carried as an amulet to protect the wearer from theft and illness. - Used in a bath to purify. - Worn or kept close by, to aid memory. - The wood, smelled frequently or used in a bath will preserve youthfulness. - In incense as part of love and/or lust spells. - In combination with juniper berries (incense) in sick-rooms for healing. - Rosemary is an acceptable magical substitution for frankincense. (MORE)
Rows should be spaced 12" apart and the seeds within the rows should be planted 3" apart. Once the plants are growing, transplant the seedlings, making sure each plant has 6" of space on both sides.
42" would be the ideal distance apart. Not to close for proper root growth and not too far apart so as to take too long to fill in an area.
There is limited water available in the deserts so plants tend tospace themselves to avoid competition from other plants.
You can plant 3 or 4 seeds an inch apart (a 'Hill')in the hopes that one of them, at least, will germinate and grow. The hills should be 4 to 7 feet apart, depending on the type of watermelon.
10 ft. apart, because their root will dig into each other. They will grow in to the size of a small bush
Because the resources are scarce and therefore a wide area isneeded by each plant to gather them.