Rosemary. Rosemary is native to southern Europe and is grown as an ornamental plant around the world. Propagated by seeds but more easily by cuttings. Prefers warm, dry climates. It easily withstands up to -10 degrees Celsius and is resistant to heat and wind.
Rosemary was used in the past for wine so that it would not spoil and give it an aroma. The same in feta but also in smoking meat was used for smell but also for its anti-microbial properties.
Rosemary also repels moths and various insects from neighboring plants.
It is also used in cooking to flavor fish and meat, especially lamb and pork since ancient times.