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Native Growing Area

Scientific Name: Rosmarinus officinalis

Common Names: Rosemary


A fragrant evergreen woody shrub with needle-like leaves native to the Mediterranean Basin. The leaves are used as an herb to flavor meat, savory dishes, and salads. Flowers are violet-blue or white.

Bloom Color(s): white, blue, violet

Foliage Color(s): Dark Green

Plant Height: to 6'

Duration: Perennial

Leaf Retention: evergreen

Bloom Period: March to April

Plant Family: Lamiaceae

Growth Habit: Subshrub,Shrub

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