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.
The narrow leaves of Santa Barbara Rosemary have typical
rosemary flavor and can be used in any recipe calling for rosemary.