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Rosemary Plant  




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Rosemary Plant

5 out of 5 2
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Fragrant Herb is Great for Flower Beds

  • Easy to grow
  • Drought tolerant
  • Pest & Disease resistant
  • Adapts to many soils & climates
  • Fragrant
Throughout the centuries, the Rosemary plant has had many uses and meanings. From adding gourmet zest to cooking to being a traditional bridal headpiece this woody evergreen shrub offers many benefits. In today’s popular xeriscape landscaping, Rosemary is a dependable and highly drought tolerant landscape shrub. You will find many excellent uses for growing this plant at home. The light blue blooms that appear in spring are a bonus to all of its other attributes.

The official name Rosmarinus is Greek for ‘dew of the sea’. Rosemary can be a delicious compliment to meats and vegetables, and is very commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine. Adding this blue spring flowering shrub to your herb garden is a good choice. It is very simple to grow and once established in your soil, you will love its exceptional drought tolerance. From the desert regions to the chilly north and even the high humidity of the southeast, homeowners across the country have great luck growing Rosemary. It’s a vigorous pest and disease resistant plant for full sun and dry soils.

Rosemary has long been known to improve the memory. The oils and dried leaves of Rosemary are popular for aroma therapy and holistic healing. Extremely high in the healthy nutritional elements of Vitamin B6 and also the minerals iron, calcium. Oil of Rosemary contains carnosic acid, an antioxidant believed capable of protecting shield the brain from free radicals that lowers your risk of strokes and neuro-diseases like Alzheimer's.

Rosemary has long been used to form knot gardens. Due to its excellent abilities for precision shaping with shearing and skilled clipping, you can practice your hand at topiary and even bonsai using the rosemary plant. As an ornamental shrub, you will find many ways to accent yard, garden and patio or porch growing Rosemary. It is as happy in a large container as it is in your soil.

Rosemary forms great low geometric hedges that are evergreen. Even playing around with the art of creating a knot garden, pairing Rosemary with Munstead Lavender in this kind of garden design can be very rewarding and handsome. Be sure to select a full sun place to grow Rosemary, even in the hottest hardiness zones. It will readily adapt any soil except heavy clay that is not amended for sharp drainage.

The fastest growing Rosemary plants will have strong root systems. This will give you the easiest to establish plants for a low maintenance experience in adding instant impact to your yard or container project. Your new Rosemary shrubs from Brighter Blooms will be ready to go to work in your yard the moment they arrive. Keeping them clipped for fuller shaping gives you the perfect opportunity to start cooking up some scrumptious meals featuring your own free herbs.


  • Plant Details
  • Shipping
  • Customer Reviews
Growing Zones: 7-9
What's my zone?
Height: 2 ft.
Width: 4 ft.
Sunlight: Full - Partial
Blooms: Spring - Summer
Spacing: 3-4 ft.
Botanical: Rosemarinus officinalis
Cannot Ship to: AZ
Plant Directions: Sent with Order

Many orders are shipped the next day unless otherwise noted on our website.

Due to the extreme winter season, all orders sent to
the highlighted regions below will be delayed.

  Delayed until May 1, 2014
  Delayed until May 1, 2014
  Delayed until April 15, 2014
  Delayed until April 1, 2014

No one delivers quicker. This ensures that your plants arrive in the best condition possible, ready to pack on vibrant color.

Brighter Blooms Nursery ships most items throughout the year, when it's most convenient for you. Most other nurseries send orders out only twice a year (spring and fall), making you wait weeks or months to receive your plants.

If you wish to delay your order, please Contact Us or call 800-399-9514.

We strive to bring you the healthiest plants possible, so we ship via FedEx. We've tested all the major shipping carriers, and FedEx is the quickest and most reliable.

With Brighter Blooms, you get large, well-developed 1 and 3 gallon plants- not tiny quarts and liners. These older plants bloom faster, give you more color, and require less maintenance.

We've found out that other nurseries chop off branches just so that it will fit into the smallest box possible. This can damage your plant severely, and leads to disappointing performance. We don't do this- your plants have been pruned throughout the year by plant experts to encourage the most blooms and best form.

Shipping charges are approximately 19% off your order. Sorry, we cannot ship plants to Alaska, Hawaii or PO Boxes.

 

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Richard Wegman
I love this Rosemary plants it is wonderful herbs!!! We love eat herbs often!!!

Rita
I love Rosemary!!! I love cooking with it and just having it in the kitchen makes the whole room smell great!
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Rosemary Plant  




This item is Temporarily Out of Stock




Rosemary Plant

5 out of 5 2
Read 2 Reviews

Fragrant Herb is Great for Flower Beds

  • Easy to grow
  • Drought tolerant
  • Pest & Disease resistant
  • Adapts to many soils & climates
  • Fragrant
Throughout the centuries, the Rosemary plant has had many uses and meanings. From adding gourmet zest to cooking to being a traditional bridal headpiece this woody evergreen shrub offers many benefits. In today’s popular xeriscape landscaping, Rosemary is a dependable and highly drought tolerant landscape shrub. You will find many excellent uses for growing this plant at home. The light blue blooms that appear in spring are a bonus to all of its other attributes.

The official name Rosmarinus is Greek for ‘dew of the sea’. Rosemary can be a delicious compliment to meats and vegetables, and is very commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine. Adding this blue spring flowering shrub to your herb garden is a good choice. It is very simple to grow and once established in your soil, you will love its exceptional drought tolerance. From the desert regions to the chilly north and even the high humidity of the southeast, homeowners across the country have great luck growing Rosemary. It’s a vigorous pest and disease resistant plant for full sun and dry soils.

Rosemary has long been known to improve the memory. The oils and dried leaves of Rosemary are popular for aroma therapy and holistic healing. Extremely high in the healthy nutritional elements of Vitamin B6 and also the minerals iron, calcium. Oil of Rosemary contains carnosic acid, an antioxidant believed capable of protecting shield the brain from free radicals that lowers your risk of strokes and neuro-diseases like Alzheimer's.

Rosemary has long been used to form knot gardens. Due to its excellent abilities for precision shaping with shearing and skilled clipping, you can practice your hand at topiary and even bonsai using the rosemary plant. As an ornamental shrub, you will find many ways to accent yard, garden and patio or porch growing Rosemary. It is as happy in a large container as it is in your soil.

Rosemary forms great low geometric hedges that are evergreen. Even playing around with the art of creating a knot garden, pairing Rosemary with Munstead Lavender in this kind of garden design can be very rewarding and handsome. Be sure to select a full sun place to grow Rosemary, even in the hottest hardiness zones. It will readily adapt any soil except heavy clay that is not amended for sharp drainage.

The fastest growing Rosemary plants will have strong root systems. This will give you the easiest to establish plants for a low maintenance experience in adding instant impact to your yard or container project. Your new Rosemary shrubs from Brighter Blooms will be ready to go to work in your yard the moment they arrive. Keeping them clipped for fuller shaping gives you the perfect opportunity to start cooking up some scrumptious meals featuring your own free herbs.


  • Plant Details
  • Shipping
  • Customer Reviews
Growing Zones: 7-9
What's my zone?
Height: 2 ft.
Width: 4 ft.
Sunlight: Full - Partial
Blooms: Spring - Summer
Spacing: 3-4 ft.
Botanical: Rosemarinus officinalis
Cannot Ship to: AZ
Plant Directions: Sent with Order

Many orders are shipped the next day unless otherwise noted on our website.

Due to the extreme winter season, all orders sent to
the highlighted regions below will be delayed.

  Delayed until May 1, 2014
  Delayed until May 1, 2014
  Delayed until April 15, 2014
  Delayed until April 1, 2014

No one delivers quicker. This ensures that your plants arrive in the best condition possible, ready to pack on vibrant color.

Brighter Blooms Nursery ships most items throughout the year, when it's most convenient for you. Most other nurseries send orders out only twice a year (spring and fall), making you wait weeks or months to receive your plants.

If you wish to delay your order, please Contact Us or call 800-399-9514.

We strive to bring you the healthiest plants possible, so we ship via FedEx. We've tested all the major shipping carriers, and FedEx is the quickest and most reliable.

With Brighter Blooms, you get large, well-developed 1 and 3 gallon plants- not tiny quarts and liners. These older plants bloom faster, give you more color, and require less maintenance.

We've found out that other nurseries chop off branches just so that it will fit into the smallest box possible. This can damage your plant severely, and leads to disappointing performance. We don't do this- your plants have been pruned throughout the year by plant experts to encourage the most blooms and best form.

Shipping charges are approximately 19% off your order. Sorry, we cannot ship plants to Alaska, Hawaii or PO Boxes.

 

Customer Reviews
back to top of page

Richard Wegman
I love this Rosemary plants it is wonderful herbs!!! We love eat herbs often!!!

Rita
I love Rosemary!!! I love cooking with it and just having it in the kitchen makes the whole room smell great!
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Review this Plant
Vote as 1/5 Vote as 2/5 Vote as 3/5 Vote as 4/5 Vote as 5/5

     





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