Bonnie Rosemary 2-pack
Overview & Benefits
Can you ever have too much rosemary? We don’t think so. Not only is it incredibly delicious and fabulously fragrant, but it’s also a gorgeous ornamental addition to your garden. The upright, evergreen shrub produces tiny blue flowers that pollinators adore, plus it remains evergreen in zones 8 to 10. Use the stems as flavorful skewers for kabobs, add the leaves to focaccia, sprinkle them on your roasts, or infuse oil with them. The edible flowers make a tasty topping for salads or garnishes, but leave some flowers on the plant and watch pollinators flock to the petite blue blooms.
Grow rosemary in well-drained soil. Young plants need even moisture but become more drought tolerant as they mature. Add rosemary to a container placed just outside the kitchen for cooking convenience, then move it inside in cold climates to enjoy all winter. Rosemary’s flavor tastes stronger when used fresh, unlike many herbs that become more potent when dried. Plant in full sun to part-shade in well-drained soil. Perennial in zones 8 to 10.