Rosmarinus officinalis 'McConnell's Blue' Overview
This is a perennial subshrub which has aromatic foliage. It is upright with strong woody branches, and leaves which are narrow and deep green. The flowers are lavender blue. The oil from the leaves is used medicinally.
How to propagate Rosmarinus officinalis 'McConnell's Blue'
Take heeled cuttings during summer, autumn or winter from strong side shoots.
Propagate by seed.
Other uses of Rosmarinus officinalis 'McConnell's Blue'
Culinary, border, fragrance, medicinal, foliage, banks, hedging, specimen, conservatory. Spring/Summer interest. Suitable for coastal conditions.