Rosemary Rosea Pink x 4 Herbs Scented Cottage Garden Groundcover Flowering Plants Shrubs Hedge Border Edible Hardy Rosmarinus officinalis
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Rosemary Pink x 4 Herbs Flowers Hedge Shrubs Cottage Garden Plants Rosmarinus officinalis rosea
The plants you will receive are in individual 40mm by 80mm or 50mm by 70mm pots, will be 8-15cm tall, have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden.
Rosemary Pink x 4
Rosmarinus officinalis rosea
Hardy herbal plants with pink flowers.
A popular, quite fast growing aromatic herb that grows in frost-prone and coastal areas, and handles dry regions when established.
A medium growing shrub that is great for borders, hedging, pots, mass or scattered plantings, in pots, bonsai, topiary etc.
This pink form is recognised as the most aromatic of the rosemary varieties.
Will give many years of colour and culinary delight.
I have seen rosemarys used to great effect in many gardens as well as by councils and service station owners due to their durability and low maintenance once established.
These plants have many herbal and culinary uses that have been recognised and recorded throughout history.
They make a great tight scented hedge as well.
Its multi-toned glossy foliage is a great feature or contrast in the informal garden.
Can be kept low or allowed to create a low screen.
The fresh quality of newly-cut rosemary makes it a great addition to your garden.
Can be trimmed regularly to suit your needs, or left to run into its natural shape.
Height and width: approx 80-120cm.
Able to withstand full sun to semi-shade.
Plant 50-70cm apart when hedging.
Plant pick-up also available
By appointment only
From Croydon Victoria
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Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania
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