Rosmarinus officinalis Prostrata

Common Name: Creeping Rosemary

Description: Creeping Rosemary is planted in small cottage gardens as a specimen or used as a ground cover or spill-over. Creeping Rosemary sends out upright spikes of purple-blue flowers from mid-spring to early summer, among narrow, aromatic, dark green leaves.

Mature Size: Less than 0.5m (h) x 2-3m (w)

Position: Full sun