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Learn about several plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

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Tuscan Blue Rosemary (10 of 14)

Aromatic, dark green leaves
Grow in poor or mildly fertile, but sharply drained soil
Grow in full sun in all zones
Height: 4-6 feet; Width: to 4-6 feet
Hardy in USDA zones (7)8-11:
Zones 7: Plant in spring; mulch in spring and again heavier in fall; place in warmer micro-climate near structure or protected area; prune in spring to desired shape; may be marginally hardy in this zone.
Zones 8: Plant in spring or early fall; mulch in spring and fall; prune in spring to desired shape.
Zones 9: Plant in spring or early fall; mulch in fall; prune in spring to desired shape.
Zones 10: Plant in spring or early fall; mulch in fall; prune in spring to desired shape.
Zones 11: Plant in spring or early fall; mulch in fall; prune in spring to desired shape.

Rosmarinus 'Lockwood Deforest' - Dwarf Rosemary
Evergreen groundcover with fine-textured needle-like leaves and pale blue flowers
Grow in poor or mildly fertile, but sharply drained soil
Grow in full sun in all zones
Height: to 24 inches; Width: 48 inches, spreading
Hardy in USDA zones 8-11:
Zones 8: Plant in spring or early fall; prune back after flowering.
Zones 9: Plant in spring or early fall; prune back after flowering.
Zones 10: Plant in spring or early fall; prune back after flowering.
Zones 11: Plant in spring or early fall; prune back after flowering.

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