Fresh Rosemary leaves
Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis, is an erect, bushy evergreen shrub in the family Lamiaceae grown for its leaves which are used as a herb either fresh or dried. The rosemary plant is usually erect in growth habit and possess branched woody stems with tufts of leaves. The leaves are opposite and usually bladelike and glossy green. The plant produces clusters of 5–10 blue, purple or pink flowers on short lateral branches and small oval fruit. Rosemary plants can reach 2 m (6.6 ft) in height and can be productive for many years (up to 30 if conditions are favorable for its growth). Rosemary leaves can be used fresh or dried as a herb in cooking or in salads. The leaves and flowers can be used to extract rosemary oil which is used as a seasoning or as a scent in soaps and household products.
Product name: Fresh rosemary leaves.
Product style: Fresh whole plant (20-25 cm).
Brand name: Taybat herbs
Cultivation Type: Organic
Color: Natural green.
Packing: Perforated Polyethylene bags (1-2 kg) in carton packing (5-10-20 kg).
Shelf life: 2-3 days.
Supply Ability: 50 tons per month (through year).
Country of origin: Egypt.
Port of loading: Alexandria, Egypt.