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Rosmarinus

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Rosmarinus Capri

£5.50  -  £7.50

This trailing form of Rosemary bears pale blue flowers in late Spring and Summer. Plant in a sheltered, well drained location in full sun. Trim regularly. Suitable for culinary uses.

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Very collectable among officiados of the Rosemary. A weeping twisting compact habit with lilac blue flowers

Rosmarinus off. McConnells Blue

£5.50  -  £7.50

A fairly lax shrub, flowers a good blue.

Rosmarinus off. Miss Jessop's Upright

£4.85  -  £42.00

A lovely erect growing form making a good pyramid outline. An excellent choice for a low hedge.

Rosmarinus off. Primley Blue

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A very choice Rosemary of upright habit and mid blue flowers over a longish period

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A very pretty small Rosemary with lilac-pink flowers.

Rosmarinus off. Severn Seas

£4.85

This unusual creeping Rosemary is delightful in a pot, where it will trail over the sides, in a herb garden or near the front of a border. Light soils and full sun. Trim at least twice a year. Flowers blue in spring and summer.

£5.50

Narrow deep green foliage and quite intense rosemary blue flowers profusely born

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Rather special its origins from Sudbury in Suffolk

£4.85  -  £5.50

White Rosemary" A white flowered form of common Rosemary, use as an evergreen shrub, a culinary herb, or both! White flowers in May. Trim after flowering. Sun, avoid waterlogged soil.

£5.50

The 'Common Rosemary' is a dense shrub with upright stems often used as a culinary herb. The thin, linear grey green leaves have a white downy underside, and are very aromatic when brushed. Blue flowers in May

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