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.