Rosmarinus officianalis ‘Ingramii’

Collingwood Ingram Rosemary
Plant Type




Overall Mature Size


Mature Height & Spread

2′ x 4-5′


Full to partial sun


Medium, Low Water

Flower Color


Bloom Time

Winter, Spring

Special Features

Attracts Butterflies, Bees, Edible, Drought Resistant, Deer Resistant, Low Water Use

Container Sizes

#1, #5

Natural Growth Habit


Sunset Garden Zones

4-24, H1, H2

Minimum USDA Hardiness Zone


Fast-growing evergreen shrub with a spreading growth habit to 2′ tall x 4-5’ wide. Rosemary has long been revered for its aromatic and useful foliage, as well as its profuse flowering display. This spreading variety features gracefully arching dark-green foliage with the unique blended fragrance of pine and mint, and is accented with a profusion of deep violet-blue flowers appearing winter through spring, with some repeat blooming in fall. A favorite for butterflies and bees. Well-suited as an accent, in mixed shrub borders, or as a colorful bank or slope groundcover. Also makes a good container specimen. Thrives in a variety of different climates, from direct coastal conditions to warm interior valleys and requires little water once established. Prefers a full to partial sun exposure and performs best in a fast-draining soil. Deer and rabbit resistant.

USDA Zone: 8A-11
Sunset Zone: 4-24, H1, H2

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