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Rosemary 'Barbeque'


Zones: 8-11
Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 6'H x 3'S
Bloom: Dark Blue, Spring
Pot Size: 3.25”
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Product Features

  • Culinary
  • Deer Resistant
  • Aroma
  • Cut
  • Drought
  • Barbeque Rosemary Plants

    Rosmarinus officinalis 'Barbeque'

    Take your grilling to another level when you use your homegrown rosemary skewers! The straight and sturdy stems of this Rosemary plant make great skewers!

    We are excited to introduce this aromatic herb! It is a fast growing rosemary plant that has a wonderful upright habit that makes it a great skewer, as well as a great hedge plant. A profuse bloomer that has lovely clear blue flowers, this rosemary is an easy to grow 'must have' in your garden.

    Herb gardening with rosemary bbq plants is a delight - a fragrant aromatic herb with wonderful qualities that add much to the garden.

    Historically known as a sign of friendship, loyalty, good luck and remembrance, Rosemary is a fragrant herb and this upward growing version makes a great addition to your home or garden.

    This aromatic herb is a very fast growing rosemary plant, up to 6 ft tall, whose leaves have an abundance of oils that are especially fragrant and flavorful. These plants have a strong pine scent and produce masses of flavorful foliage you can use in a variety of recipes. Its flavor is strengthened by the amount of light it gets, so planting this variety in a partially shady spot will produce a milder tasting result.

    Try the stems in fresh summer bouquets. This herb is a Zone 8 so protect in cold winters It likes full sun and well-drained soil.
  • Rosmarinus officinalis

     
    Characteristics: 'Barbeque' is an easy to grow rosemary that has an erect, upright growth pattern that makes a wonderful hedge in the landscape.

    Light: Rosemary loves tons and tons of sunshine.

    Water: Rosemary can withstand some drought. Water when soil is dry to the touch, but never over-water. Rosemary does not like soggy over-watered environments.

    Soil: If planted in the ground, make sure your soil is well-draining. I usually dig a deep hole, fill a bit with rocks or gravel, then plant rosemary on top to ensure adequate drainage. If you are container planting, be sure to choose a pot with drainage holes on the bottom. Clay pots are even better, to keep that soil dry.

    Use: Rosemary is a wonderful culinary herb, popularly flavoring lamb, venison, poultry, and potato dishes.
     

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