Rosemary Trailing ‘Ken Taylor’ (Rosmarinus officinalis)

Description

Trailing Rosemary. A sprawling shrub with arching branches that reach 3 feet long. The plant grows 1-2 feet tall and 4-5 feet wide. Very showy full bloom of dark blue flowers occurs in the spring. Plant in full sun. As with other Rosemary it is resistant to deer and rabbit predation, tolerant to salt spray, alkaline soils and drought. Hardy to 15°F. It is a selection made from a sport of Rosmarinus Collingwood Ingram by the late Ken Taylor.

Description

Trailing Rosemary. A sprawling shrub with arching branches that reach 3 feet long. The plant grows 1-2 feet tall and 4-5 feet wide. Very showy full bloom of dark blue flowers occurs in the spring. Plant in full sun. As with other Rosemary it is resistant to deer and rabbit predation, tolerant to salt spray, alkaline soils and drought. Hardy to 15°F. It is a selection made from a sport of Rosmarinus Collingwood Ingram by the late Ken Taylor.

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