Our favorite rosemary is a perennial, evergreen shrub that reaches up to one and a half meters in height. According to folklore, it took its name from the Virgin Mary, who left her mantle on the bush. By the next morning, the flowers of the bush had turned blue, and since then it has been called the rose of Mary. Rosemary blooms from March to May, propagated by seeds and also easily by cuttings. Prefers warm, dry climates. It easily withstands up to -10 oC and is resistant to heat and winds. We do not choose shady places for rosemary because it shows reduced growth and flowering. Rosemary has small requirements in terms of watering and fertilizing.
Rosemary can be grown in a pot, our balcony and in our garden. It is an excellent plant selection for creating a rock garden.