Yorkshire Post - YP Magazine

Plant of the week


Rosemary: Normally grown for its culinary qualities, rosemary is an attractive, hardy shrub and its foliage is always fragrant. R officinali­s can produce flowers in white, blue or purple. These normally start to appear in spring but plants are apt to throw out blooms intermitte­ntly throughout the warmer months and, occasional­ly, in the middle of a mild winter. Rosemary is normally seen as an upright shrub but there are prostrate forms. It is ideal for dry – but sunny – spots in the garden.

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