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One of the most popular herbs for the garden! Shrub-like herb with intensely fragrant evergreen needle-like leaves used fresh or dried for cooking, and for aromatic oil. Individual branches of most rosemaries are held upright at various heights, creating a tight but interestingly irregular habit. Long-lasting, fragrant light blue flowers attract butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. Fragrant branches can be used for dried arrangements or in cut flower bouquets. Leaves and flowers can also be used in sachets. Drought tolerant.
This is a tender perennial that should be grown in containers or dug up and potted, and brought inside for winter. Container plants are attractive additions to patios, decks and other sunny areas around the home.