Rosemary ‘Arp’

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Description

‘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.

Additional information

Latin Name

Rosmarinus officinalis 'Arp'

Plant Type

Tender Perennial Herb

Care

Best planted in average, well-drained soil. Do not over-water.

Light Requirements

Habit

Stuff, mounded, upright habit.

Plant Height

24-60 inches

Plant Width

24-36 inches

Foliage

Very fragrant, gray-green needle-like leaves.

Bloom

Light blue flowers bloom in summer.

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