Warnings. Rosemary may also cause allergic contact dermatitis, although not generally considered to be a human sensitizer; This medication contains rosemary. One of the most compatible herbs - goes well with basil, bay, chives, cilantro, garlic, oregano, mint, parsley, rosemary, sage, savory, and thyme. If you have a leg of lamb sitting around the kitchen, make a paste of rosemary and garlic to coat the roast. I second the idea of wreathes, they would make great gifts. The Micro Gardener February 10, 2011 at 2:09 pm - Reply. Many people make the mistake of letting their rosemary dry out too much but a dry rosemary is a dead rosemary. Water: Rosemary can be a bit touchy about water. Rosemary. If you thought rosemary was just for eating purposes, you’ve been missing out on all that this plant could do. One way is simply to add a little monosodium glutamate (MSG). You can kill a plant with TOO MUCH water – drowning a plant is one of the most common mistakes gardeners can make. If you do end up chopping too much rosemary, you can store the leftover pieces in a sealable plastic bag or a small jar for up to about 2 weeks. Do not take Old Man or Rosmarinus officinalis Linn if you are allergic to rosemary or any ingredients contained in this drug OOO, hey Specklet, can I have the recipe for rosemary polenta bread too? That brings us to light. The flavor is so much better than the store-bought dried rosemary. Thanks so much again. Make up for lost time and get yourself some rosemary around your home, STAT. Posted by Mike da Tigah on 3/6/12 at 8:39 am to pooponsaban No rosemary salads in my future, but I thought it did pose an interesting enough question. That sounds really good. Hi Rosemary. Savory flavors will help to distract from and mask the intensity of rosemary. Rosemary Plant Care: Light. I put too much Rosemary spice in a pureed vegetable soup. Water when the soil feels dry. re: How much rosemary is too much? May 23, 2013 - Stuff to do with the giant rosemary plant in the front yard. How do you counteract too much rosemary? posted by mulkey at 6:01 PM on September 20, 2005 . 7. Sometimes I love rosemary bread, and sometimes it has way too much rosemary in it. Rosemary hates wet feet, so do not let yours sit in water. It needs well drained soil, and a clay pot can help keep the roots from rotting. See more ideas about rosemary plant, rosemary, crafts. Too much or poor draining soil creates root rot. Too dry and the roots start to die. There's a delicate balance there, but when you do it right, it's heavenly. Rosemary has convulsant/epileptogenic properties and may cause seizures. If a plant is wilting it’s often assumed a plant needs water but the reverse can also be true. Slice the leaves again, going the other way across the pile, to mince the rosemary. Simmer in vinegar and water in a covered pan for as long as you want, and use as a hair tonic (thickens and darkens hair). Ingredients were onions, peppers, celery, ,cauliflower, vegetable broth, tamari and Rosemary and coconut milk.