Are all varieties of rosemary edible?
Similarly, you may ask, how many different types of rosemary are there?
There are basically two types of rosemary, those that are upright shrubs and those that grow as ground covers. Beyond that things get a little more complex, especially since one variety may be sold under several different names.
Secondly, is there more than one type of rosemary? A: There are several varieties of rosemary but most are selected for landscaping rather than cooking. Many of the landscape varieties have horizontal or prostrate growth. Seldom is rosemary left to flower when used as an herb, but the new growth is dried or used fresh.
Similarly, it is asked, which variety of rosemary is best for cooking?
Scented rosemary is best for cooking because of its excellent flavor and soft leaves. Blue Boy, Spice Islands, and White rosemary are also used in cooking. Arp, Dancing Waters, Golden Rain, Pink, and White varieties are more often used as landscape plants.
What kind of rosemary is there?
Rosmarinus officinalis 'Tuscan Blue' is one of the best rosemary varieties for topiaries. It develops dense blue-green foliage that's easily sheared to any shape. It's highly fragrant and has many uses in the kitchen.