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‘Arp’ is regarded as the hardiest Rosemary cultivar, supposedly to -10 degrees F. Originally found in Arp, Texas. It has thick, resinous, gray-green leaves, a faint lemony scent and an open growth habit. This evergreen shrub is dense, bushy, upright and aromatic. Arp leaves are dark green and leathery, up to 2 inches in length and they sport small, edible blue flowers in whorls, up to 1/2 in long. Rosemary is an excellent choice for making topiaries, and widely used in cooking, especially Italian cuisine.
Rosmarinus officinalis 'Arp'
Tender Perennial Herb
Best planted in average, well-drained soil. Do not over-water.
Stuff, mounded, upright habit.
Very fragrant, gray-green needle-like leaves.
Light blue flowers bloom in summer.