Rosmarinus 'Irene' 1 Gallon

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Irene Trailing Rosemary lets you have your cake and literally eat it, too. A beautiful trailing habit makes it perfect for hanging baskets, container planters, retaining walls, and ground covers. Snipping off the tips for cooking simply forces new growth out from the base of the plant. Irene is tough enough to handle Pacific NW winter weather, while also enduring dry summers, once established. Deer don't care for rosemary but pollinators love it. 

Common Name: Irene Trailing Rosemary, Creeping Rosemary
Mature Size: 6" - 12" high, 2 - 3' wide
Growth Rate: Moderate
Cold Hardiness: 0 ° F
Characteristics: Drought-tolerant once established, edible, deer-resistant, attracts pollinators
Light: Sun to partial sun
Structure: Low spreading, trailing
Bloom Color: Blue
Bloom Time: Spring to summer
Uses: Ground cover, rock gardens, container planters, hanging baskets, retaining walls, banks, borders
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