Rosmarinus officinalis Prostratus

Rosemary Prostratus

Prostrate form with light blue flowers which will trail over slopes and walls. It will also make attractive ground cover. The flowers are attractive to bees. Rosemarinus officinalis Prostratus can be cut and used in cooking. Needs full sun and very well drained soil to do well. Dislikes excessive winter wet. Best to cut Rosemary back regularly in spring to retain a bushy shape and prevent the plant becoming leggy. Tolerates salt very well.

Site: Tolerates coastal exposure
Soil: Very well drained soil, ideally poor soil, preferably neutral to alkaline
Position: Full sun
Season of Interest: Evergreen, flowers in Summer, culinary use
Hardiness: Hardy to - 6°C Can be damaged by severe winters in cold areas.
Height: up to 1ft (30cm) Spread: up to 1m (3ft)

Type | Size: Pot | 14cm
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