Unique and welcome additions to any kitchen garden or patio area, these popular and traditional rosemary shrubs have been grown as standard trees.
Plant straight into the ground to heighten a display or use these trees to border an archway or garden path.
These are common rosemary that create large spikes of purple-blue flowers for weeks, from the middle of spring into summer, alongside narrow dark green leaves that release an excellent fragrance.
It is the flavour that makes rosemary such a popular addition to the garden. Add to roasted meats and vegetables for a peppery, almost herby taste.
What’s more, these varieties are outstanding for drawing the attention of bees and butterflies, having even been labelled by the RHS as a ‘Plant for Pollinators’.
Supplied as a pair of established plants in 19cm pots, 50cm tall, with a grafted head.