Sunday, February 25, 2007
Found some buds at our rosemarry plants. Rosemarries are usually in bloom in winter throughout spring. Very small flowers which you can find if you were careful enough.
We put rosemarry pots below some plastic roof in summer to avoid rainfalls. Rosemarries don't like humid weather, so that they can grow enough in sunmer. We cut some in winter for cooking, so our rosemarries usually get smaller in winter and they look like baby rosemarries in spring as we cut them too much! lol...
Probably we had better not cut them so much in winter because I guess winter is the time for them to rest. They don't grow much in winter - they always grow so slow through the year. But while we run an accommodation in a ski resort, anyway we get more guests in winter rather than in summer.