Rosemary 'Jackman's Prostrate'
Salvia rosmarinus (Prostratus Group) 'Jackman's Prostrate'
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This compact evergreen sub shrub produces prostrate stems bearing fine grey green leaves that are also aromatic. It looks stunning when grown over a wall or container and allowed to drap down. It's sky blue flowers appear in late summer and last into autumn.
Take stems as required for flavouring food.
Take semi hardwood cuttings in late summer.
Attracts useful insects
Sand, Loam, Chalk, Compost
Soil PH preference
Alkaline, Acid, Neutral
This versatile perennial suits being included in Coastal, Cottage, Mediterranean and drought tolerant gardens in containers, wall side borders or flower beds.
Can be attacked by brown scale and Rosemary leaf beetle