Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Prostratus’ Prostrate Rosemary, Creeping Rosemary

Prostrate Rosemary is a low-spreading, evergreen shrub or groundcover. Its leaves are green, leathery and very aromatic. This Rosemary has pale-blue flowers from early to mid-summer. Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Prostratus’ can be used as a beautiful groundcover because of its height which reaches only up to 3 feet high and 4-8 feet in its spread. Creeping Rosemary will trail over walls or edge of a raised bed to make a curtain like effect, it can even be used in large mixed containers. Rosemary must have a well drained soil and does not do well in excessive amounts of humidity. This is a nice plant for xeriscapes and combines well with Rudbeckia, Echinacea, Lantana, Verbena, and some Ornamental Grasses.

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