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Our Price: $6.95
ZONE: 8 - 11
EXPOSURE: Full Sun
SIZE: 18"H x 36"S
BLOOM: Light Blue, Summer
POT SIZE: 3.5" Pot

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Prostrate Rosemary Plants

Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus'.

This aromatic herb, among our rosemary herb plants, is an essential feature of your herb gardening this season. As a creeping rosemary, it is perfect for pots and containers. Rosemary plants are a sturdy and reliable herb.

They say if there is a rosemary bush in the garden there is a strong woman in the house. 'Prostratus' Rosemary is a ground-cover rosemary, perfect for gardens or containers. Its rich foliage and beautiful blue flowers are wonderful in the kitchen and the bath. This aromatic herb is supposed to be the most fragrant of all the creeping Rosemarys.

Plant this rosemary to hang over a wall for a striking effect. Or, pot it up in one of our decorative pots or containers with Lemon Balm for a deliciously fresh and fragrant combination. Since this is a tender perennial, bring the whole pot in during the winter to enjoy this culinary herb year round!


Features
Zones: 8 - 11

Size: 18"H x 36"S

Light: Full Sun

Bloom: Light Blue, Summer

Uses: Rosemary 'Prostrate' is a highly fragrant ground cover variety of Rosemary that drapes well when grown along walls or in containers. Similar in taste to other Rosemary varieties, 'Prostrate' grows well indoors if given plenty of light.

Tips: 'Prostrate' is one of the most aromatic types of Rosemary available and makes a great scented carpet for the garden!

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Wonderful fragrent plants June 25, 2015
Reviewer: Scott Daniels from South Boston, MA United States  
I have always grown the typical upright rosemary plant, but wanted to try the creeping style this year. It's taking over my Earth Box! but I'm not complaining: just snipping. Awesome smell and taste.

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