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Rosemary 'Majorca Pink'

Salvia rosmarinus 'Majorca Pink'

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Full Sun
Moderate care
Light watering
Frost Hardy


RHS hardiness


Minimum temperature

Expected size








2 years to reach maturity


  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

This plant has a mild fragrance

Rosemary 'Majorca Pink' Overview

Salvia rosmarinus 'Majorca Pink' is an upright evergreen shrub with fragrant needle-shaped green leaves. In spring and summer, it produces small pale pink flowers that have a deeper pink stripe on the lower lip. Commonly known as Rosemary, this plant has recently been re-classified, and the name Rosmarinus officinalis 'Majorca Pink' is now a synonym. This species is part of the Royal Horticultural Society “Plants for Pollinators” initiative to showcase plants that support pollinator populations by providing ample nectar and pollen. An excellent choice for encouraging pollinating insect wildlife into your garden!

Common problems with Rosemary 'Majorca Pink'

Rosemary 'Majorca Pink' Companion Plants

beans, broccoli, cabbage and hot peppers to flourish. The only herb we found that would benefit from rosemary companion planting was sage.

How to harvest Rosemary 'Majorca Pink'

Harvest leaves and flowers as needed. Cut stems rather than harvesting leaves, to encourage new growth. To dry, hang bunches of herbs upside down in a dry ventilated area.

How to propagate Rosemary 'Majorca Pink'


Take cuttings and place in a sandy potting mix. Use rooting hormone powder for semi-hardwood cuttings and water well. Cuttings from stem tips will root if placed in water.


Special features of Rosemary 'Majorca Pink'

Attractive flowers

Attractive leaves

Drought resistant

Once established, it is a very hardy plant.

Hedge plant

Clipped to formal hedges or left untrained and pick as needed, it makes an excellent border for vegetable beds.

Repels harmful insects

Repels cabbage whites, snails and carrot flies. Stems buried in the ground around seedlings will keep cutworms away!

Other uses of Rosemary 'Majorca Pink'

Culinary, border, fragrance, medicinal, foliage, banks, hedging, specimen, conservatory. Spring/Summer interest. Suitable for coastal conditions.


Used from ancient times and popular today in aromatherapy and cooking. It has anti-bacterial, antiseptic and antioxidant properties. Use as balm, oil, tea or in cooking.


Hard stems often used as sosatie/kebab sticks. The leaves are used fresh or dried especially with lamb, eggs, cheeses and vegetables.