Salvia Rosmarinus, commonly known as rosemary, is a shrub with fragrant

Rosemary flower

Rosemary is a versatile herb, providing evergreen interest all year round, fragrant leaves for use in cooking, and nectar-rich flowers for bees in spring. Grow rosemary along a path, so every time you brush past, the leaves release their aromatic oils.

Evergreen and fragrant, Rosemary plants make a wonderful low hedge. A culinary herb, Rosmarinus officinalis is perfect for bordering pathways and kitchen gardens as it provides year-round interest and purple flowers as well as fragrant foliage.

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Recommended planting density for rosemary hedge plants

Rosemary is a popular evergreen shrub that produces an aromatic herb perfect for cooking. It also provides blue/purple flowers as early as February as long as it’s planted in a sunny and sheltered site. As Rosmarinus officinalis is a Mediterranean plant it prefers a dry and Stoney site and it will not cope well if it is waterlogged.

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Hailing from the Mediterranean, rosemary thrives in a sunny, sheltered spot in well-drained soil. It can struggle in heavy clay soils, particularly in winter, when the ground tends to be wetter. You can grow rosemary in pots, but bear in mind this perennial herb can grow quite big and will need potting on in fresh compost every couple of years.

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Most popular uses of Rosemary hedges -

Rosemary makes for a colorful, low border that will reward you with deliciously fragrant herbs. It will make a lovely pathway edge or sit perfectly in a rock garden.

Combine Rosemary plants with -

We recommend growing this evergreen alone for an attractive hedge. Or, it can be grown together with plants such as Lavender for a colourful and fragrant border.

Growth rate of Rosmarinus officinalis -

Rosemary has an average growth rate and will achieve approximately 20-40cm pa. Rosemary provides a small, informal hedge between 60-80cm

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