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KOKKIA Rosemary : California Fremont Silicon Valley Fresh Rosemary Sprigs (Qty 6 branches) for Food, Herbs, Tea, etc.


Price: $9.99
Item Number: Rosemary_6
Manufacturer: KOKKIA
Manufacturer Part No: Rosemary_6

KOKKIA Rosemary :
California Fremont Silicon Valley Fresh Rosemary Sprigs (Qty 6 branches)
for Food, Herbs, Tea, etc.
Grown on grounds where Stanford Winery and Vineyard was once located.

  • Grown in California Fremont in Silicon Valley, on grounds where Stanford Winery and Vineyard was once located, at the foothills of frequently visited Mission Peak.

  • “In 1869 Leland Stanford purchased its site and 100 acres, and founded a winery. Stanford's brother, Josiah Stanford, served as vineyard manager. He planted the vines and managed the winery. In 1893, Josiah Stanford inherited the winery from his brother. By 1898 the property was 1,225 acres. “

  • Freshly picked Rosemary (Qty 6 branches), each ~ 6”.

  • No pesticides, herbicides, or synthetic fertilizers.

  • Good for variety of dishes : Lamb, Fresh Breads, Pasta, Tea and much more. Great for craft projects as well, such as Potpourri, wreaths, even tossing some dried needles on the carpet then vacuuming up to freshen the room naturally.

    Shakespeare Hamlet, Ophelia :
    “There's Rosemary, that's for remembrance. Pray you, love, remember.”

Product Description

Fresh picked Rosemary (Qty 6 branches), each ~ 6”. For fresh use or to dry. For dry use, tie them in a bundle and hang in a cool dark place for a few weeks. No pesticides, herbicides, or synthetic fertilizers.

Good for variety of dishes : Lamb, Fresh Breads, Pasta, Tea and much more. Great for craft projects as well, such as Potpourri, wreaths, even tossing some dried needles on the carpet then vacuuming up to freshen the room naturally.

Grown in California Fremont Silicon Valley , on the grounds where Stanford Winery and Vineyard was once located, at the foothills of frequently visited Mission Peak.

“In 1869 Leland Stanford purchased its site and 100 acres, and founded a winery. Stanford's brother, Josiah Stanford, served as vineyard manager. He planted the vines and managed the winery. In 1893, Josiah Stanford inherited the winery from his brother. By 1898 the property was 1,225 acres. “


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