Is landscape rosemary edible and is it the same plant as the culinary rosemary?
Yes. Many supermarkets and strip malls use rosemarry as a decorative plant becasue it is easy to maintain and gives a nice floral smell. Often you can find this plant growing outside supermarkets. Just pluck some sprigs and take them home. Make sure to thuroughly wash the sprigs before using.
There are a couple of different definitions of fruit: one is botanical, the other is culinary. Culinary fruits are sweet, edible portions of plants. Botanical fruits are parts of flowering plants that derive from specific tissues of the flower. They may or may not be sweet (zucchini, for example, are botanically fruits); they may not even be edible (osage orange). Vegetable is not a botanical term, and is used generally to mean any edible portion…
Rosemary is one of those wonderful herbs that makes a beautiful ornamental plant as well as a welcome culinary seasoning. However, you don't need perfect sunshine, sea mist or even a never-ending summer to successfully grow rosemary. In fact, more rosemary plants suffer from too much attention than from too little.
No, sweet neem is not a weed. The type of vegetation in question references a plant that is not where the gardener wants it to be or whose benefits are denigrated, forgotten, or unknown. The plant in question (Murraya koenigii) provides landscape interest through its attractively diminutive, pest-free shrub silhouettes and culinary and medicinal values through alkaloids which may treat human hepatocellular carcinoma, berries which are edible, and leaves which serve as seasoning.
The noun vegetable usually means an edible plant or part of a plant other than a sweet fruit or seed. There are three definitions relating to fruits and vegetables: * Fruit (scientific): the ovary of a seed-bearing plant, * Fruit (culinary): any edible part of a plant with a sweet flavor, * Vegetable: any edible part of a plant with a savory flavor. Above retrieved from Wikipedia. Read the below and follow through with the…