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Height: 45cm x 60cm

Flowering Period:  June - August

Aspect:  Full sun

Soil Type:  Well drained but reasonable soil.

Common Name:  Rosemary

Hardiness:  Hardy

Annual, Biennial or Perennial:  Perennial

Pollinator:  Yes - excellent


Culinary Uses:

Rosemary has a wide variety of uses.  It can be used as a flavouring dishes, especially stuffing.  Rosemary can be added to roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey. It makes a tasty addition to roast potatoes and works well with other roasted vegetables such as sweet potatoes and butternut squash.


Other Uses:

Made into a tea to aid digestion.

Infused into a hot bath.

Can be dried for later use.


Foxtail is a distinct form with a low growing, spreading habit.  It's name comes from the thicker stems which look like a Fox's Tail.  Beautiful form.


Rosemary has recently been renamed Salvia rosmarinus but we are still using the old name as it is what our customers are generally familiar with.


HERB Rosmarinus officinalis 'Foxtail'

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