Our rosemary has been yielding incredible spikes of icy blue flowers since early November, making it just another reason why it is climbing the charts of my must-have flowers. If you always thought of rosemary as a tasty herb for poultry or pork, you’d be correct — but once you start growing it, you really become aware of all it has to offer the landscape.
Perhaps no plant offers as much fragrance when touched or brushed against. Children who visit the garden for field trips are delighted with their olfactory experience. Not only is it a fixture in the herb garden but is used as a backdrop for seasonal color, like pansies, in much the same way you might use a dwarf conifer.
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