A Small leaved, gray-green rosemary with improved hardiness. Long-lasting blue flowers appear in September. A great fragrant ornamental that will tolerate drought and poor, rocky soil.
Tray Size: 72 plants Common Name: Rosemary USDA Hardiness Zone: 6 - 9 Mature Height: 48 inches Color: Blue Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
Plugs per Tray 72. Depth 2.35". Volume (max. dry) cubic inches: 2.23 Recommended Finish Size: 1 gallon Growing Media: Well-draining commercial media Growing Temperature: 60-70 F (days) 50-60 F (nights) Soil PH: 5.8-6.2 Soil EC: 1.8-2.2 Finish Time for Spring Sale: 8 - 10 weeks Growing Info: Pinch after transplant. Fertilizing: Constant liquid feed at low levels of 100 - 150 ppm N Moisture Level: Allow plants to dry between ample waterings. Watch for Pest and Disease: Powdery mildew Vernalization Requirements: Not required. Supplemental Lighting: None required. Growth Regulators: Generally, not needed. Day Length: Grown primarily for foliage. Other: None