There is nothing like the smell of fresh Rosemary, and thanks to an increasingly warmer climate here in oklahoma, this plant has been wintering over as a perennial with a bit of protection and the right location. Rosemay foliage makes an attractive addition to any cottage or culinary garden. An aromatic herb with a distinct flavor that is often used in poultry and pork dishes. Prized for its dense, pine-like foliage and pale blue flowers. A carefree, easy to grow, water-wise shrub for herb gardens, borders. Thrives in containers as a warm season annual or patio specimen. Once established, needs very little care and is semi drought resistant. Attractive to bees! Buy one for you or send as gift!
Easily grown in average, well drained soil. Tolerates lean, sandy soils. Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Feed with a slow-release fertilizer in spring. For a neat appearance, shear annually to shape.