How to Propagate Rosemary:To propagate rosemary all you need to do is take a few cuttings like the one in the first picture. It's about 6 inches long. Then I stripped the leaves off the bottom of the branch. This part of propagating rosemary makes a perfect opportunity to do a little culinary magic! Then I stuck it in the jar of water below. In a week or two these cuttings should start rooting and I can plant them outside where I want them.You could probably put your cuttings directly in moist sand or rooting medium and have them root also. Layering is another technique that works well.
Rosemary is great in pots and planters but I like to plant it in the garden. Deer and rabbits never bother it.
I know I've talked about this before but I figured this might be useful for some of the newer readers. The water method is also great for propagating your basil!