Rosemary – Foxtail
Rosmarinus officinalis 'Foxtail'

Zone: 8 - 10
Height: 18-24"

General: Semi spreading rosemary variety with dense gray-green leaves and stems topped with bright blue flower spikes. Great to cook with and is good both in a pot or planted outside.

Culinary Uses: A very popular herb with chicken, fish, pork, roasted potatoes, stews, butters, cheeses, oils, and vinegars. I can be added to baked good likes bread and muffins as well.

Ornamental Uses: A trailing rosemary that grows like no other! Plumes of soft, trailing branches look like fox tails. Bright blue flowers appear from mid-winter to spring but it's the foliage, and its habit, that really makes this one stand out. It is a great accent plant in the garden, in baskets, or containers.

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