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Harvest flowers: Once flowers begin to turn brown and dry, remove them from the plant. Place in a bag inside to dry for 1-2 more weeks.
Extract seeds: Shake flowers in bag or rub lightly between palms in order to separate the seed. Remove chaff.
Label and store: Place seeds in a container and store in a cool, dry location. Seeds remain viable for one year.
Rosemary does best in well-drained, loose soil. The plant should be exposed to at least 6 hours of daily sunlight. Rosemary does well in warm environments, but can be grown in winter if moved inside. Note that rosemary is usually propagated using cuttings - seeds are not difficult to save, but it can be difficult to get them to germinate.
Sources: http://www.everwilde.com/store/Rosemary-Herb-Seeds.html ; http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/rosemary/growing-rosemary-plants-rosemary-plant-care.htm
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