Rosmarinus officianalis ‘Ingramii’

Collingwood Ingram Rosemary
Plant Type

Shrub

Evergreen-Deciduous

Evergreen

Overall Mature Size

Small

Mature Height & Spread

2′ x 4-5′

Exposure

Full to partial sun

Water

Medium, Low Water

Flower Color

Blue

Bloom Time

Winter, Spring

Special Features

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

Container Sizes

#1, #5

Natural Growth Habit

Spreading

Sunset Garden Zones

4-24, H1, H2

Minimum USDA Hardiness Zone

8A-11

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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