<i>Rosmarinus officinalis</i> 'Prostratus Group'
<i>Rosmarinus officinalis</i> 'Prostratus Group'
<i>Rosmarinus officinalis</i> 'Prostratus Group'
<i>Rosmarinus officinalis</i> 'Prostratus Group'

Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus Group'

rosemary ( syn. Salvia rosmarinus Prostratus Group )

A low-growing, spreading form of common rosemary, this sends out upright spikes of purple-blue flowers from mid-spring to...

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