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Rosemary

ARP Rosemary

Description

Woody perennial herb with fragrant, needle-like leaves. Very drought tolerant. High in iron, calcium, and B6.

Growth

To height of 5’

Light

Full sun

Hardiness

Perennial in zones 6-11

Uses

Culinary, Fragrant ornamental, medicinal

Suggestions

Frequently used in Mediterranean cuisine. Goes well with vegetables and meats alike. Incorporate in bread dough for a delicious loaf of homemade rosemary bread!

Hardy Hill Rosemary

Description

A wonderful cold tolerant Rosemary! Upright and robust, this aromatic herb has a pleasing flavor and fragrance. Light blue blooms in spring.

Growth

To height of 4’

Light

Full sun

Hardiness

Perennial in zones 7-10

Uses

Culinary, Fragrant Ornamental, Soap Making

Suggestions

Great in sauces, on potatoes, with roasted meats, in breads, and stews. Great for potpourris and wreaths.

Spice Islands Rosemary

Description

The story goes that this Rosemary has so much flavor that it was named for the famed Spice Islands Spice Company. This is not only a very flavorful Rosemary, but it is also a very beautiful shrub. It’s covered with dark blue flowers in spring.

Growth

To height of 3’

Light

Full sun

Hardiness

Perennial in zones 8-11

Uses

Culinary, Fragrant Ornamental

Suggestions

Excellent in marinades. Goes well with poultry, lamb, and fish. Stems can be used to make flavorful shish kabob spears. Add to soups, stews, and potato dishes.

Tuscan Blue Rosemary

Description

Quickly forms an upright hedge of aromatic needle-like foliage. Profuse clear blue flowers add to the effect. Foliage can be used as a flavorful spice in cooking. Deer resistant.

Growth

To height of 3-5′

Light

Full sun

Hardiness

Perennial in zones 8-10

Uses

Culinary, Fragrant Ornamental

Suggestions

Excellent in marinades. Goes well with poultry, lamb, and fish. Stems can be used to make flavorful shish kabob spears. Add to soups, stews, and potato dishes.

Rosemary

Description

Great flavor. Dark blue flowers. Symbolizes loyalty and ceremony. Pungent leaves can be used fresh or dried.

Growth

To height of 4′

Light

Full sun

Hardiness

Perennial in zones 8-11

Uses

Culinary, Fragrant Ornamental, Medicinal

Suggestions

Excellent in marinades. Goes well with poultry, lamb, and fish. Stems can be used to make flavorful shish kabob spears. Add to soups, stews, and potato dishes.

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