Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Hill’s Hardy’
Common Name: ‘Hill’s Hardy’ Rosemary
Description: This is an irregular, upright, 4′ tall x 2′ wide, variety that blooms in early to mid-spring with large, light blue flowers. It’s is a cold-hardy form of Rosemary that can survive our winters with no problem. As with most Rosemary, it loves sun, needs little watering, and is drought tolerant. It has a pleasing flavor and fragrance for cooking and soaps. Also known as ‘Madelene Hill’ Rosemary, named for the Texan herbalist, ‘Hill’s Hardy’ ‘s erect growth habit makes it great for topiary gardening. A must have edible herb for the garden that tastes great in sauces, on potatoes and with roasted meats, it keeps its strong pine flavor when cut or dried.
We should all plant rosemary by our garden gate.
These plants is 3-gallon containers are about 1-1/2’ tall and wide.