A very attractive winter flowering wild rosemary from the Cape Floral Kingdom in South Africa. African Rosemary grows 1-2m in height and 1.0-1.5m across. It has thin silvery grey aromatic leaves, and dense showy white florets in the winter from November to March. The flowers mature into attractive woolly white seed balls.
African Rosemary can be used as a culinary herb. It is widely used as a traditional African medicine. Plants prefer a sunny well drained position and tolerate coastal sites. Give them enough space to form a natural rounded shape. Plants can be pruned lightly after flowering or more strongly into hedges or balls/standards.
Pack of 20 seeds. Sow spring or autumn. Easy to grow. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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