Above Trailing Rosemary has been forced by
its surroundings to grow up a four foot lamp post. It is also
growing around and over a miniature red rose bush planted near the post.
A vigorous grower, Trailing or Creeping
Rosemary climbs over itself
and easily reaches heights of three feet or more if not pruned. Planted in a second story window box, it would trail all the way to the ground.
Rosemary is a winter blooming plant that
sets its buds over the summer. If pruning is needed to shape the plant,
be sure to do this right after it has finished blooming.