Plant, Rosemary Tree 6in
Water your tree consistently every other day or so to keep the soil moist but not soggy. Allowing the top one-inch of soil to dry out before watering helps to ensure that the tree does not receive too much or too little water. If the tree is being overwatered, the tips of the leaves will turn brown.
Mist the plant a couple times weekly to provide adequate humidity. Also setting the pot on a pebble-lined tray filled halfway with water will keep the humidity level high enough.
Feed your rosemary tree with a slow-release granular in early spring before the flowers grow. During the active growing season from late spring through summer, use a liquid seaweed fertilizer once a month.