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Rosemary 'Hardy Hill'
Rosemary 'Hardy Hill'
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ZONE: 6 - 11
EXPOSURE: Full Sun
SIZE: 4'H x 24"S
BLOOM: Light Blue, Spring
POT SIZE: 1 PINT 28.86 CU IN.

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Hardy Hill Rosemary Plants

Rosmarinus officinalis 'Hardy Hill'.

We love growing herb plants, especially rosemary plants!

Hardy Hill Rosemary is a wonderful, cold tolerant Rosemary that loves sun and needs little watering. Upright and robust, this aromatic herb has a pleasing flavor and fragrance for cooking and soaps. Similar to other varieties of Rosemary, 'Hardy Hill' is drought tolerant and cold hardy. Also known as 'Madelene Hill' Rosemary, named for the Texan herbalist, 'Hardy Hill' 's erect growth habit makes it great for topiary gardening.

A must have culinary herb for the garden that tastes great in sauces, on potatoes and with roasted meats, 'Hardy Hill' retains its strong pine flavor when cut or dried.

Features
Zones: 6 - 11

Size: 4'H x 24"S

Light: Full Sun

Bloom: Light Blue, Spring

Uses: 'Hardy Hill' is a delicious culinary herb and tastes great when added to breads, stews and to season meats. Also very fragrant, this variety of Rosemary is great for potpourris, wreaths or smells terrific when grown indoors.

Tips: 'Hardy Hill' needs lots of light and little water. It grows upright and makes a great protective herb due to its resistance to wind and shrubby habit.

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Really hardy!!! July 31, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Brooklyn, NY United States  
I bought both Rosemary Arp and Hardy Hill 3 years ago and planted each of them in a clay pot and put them on my patio in zone 7b Brooklyn.  I have NEVER brought them inside. They both have grown well and have made it through deep freezes here in NYC, even though plenty of other plants rated for zone 6 have died in pots during these times.  It's also been nice to have them both because they each have a distinctive flavor.  I love them!

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Good quality plant June 25, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from SAN MARCOS, TX United States  
Transplanted well in pot. Growing good.

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Very satisfied June 19, 2017
Reviewer: Adriana Molina from KENDALE LAKES, FL United States  
My plant looks strong and healthy and grows very fast, I love it.

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