How do you grow Trailing rosemary?
Herein, how fast does Trailing rosemary grow?
Growth Rate A mature rosemary shrub reaches 3 feet in height and 2 feet in diameter by its second season, although blooming does not occur until year two. Potted rosemary remains roughly the size of the container, as long as you prune regularly. If your rosemary's growth rate slows, try adjusting the sunlight.
Subsequently, question is, how do you plant creeping rosemary? Trim any extra long or damaged branches on the rosemary. Dig a hole a couple inches deeper than the root ball of the herb. Mix 2 to 4 inches of shredded bark or gravel into the soil to provide better drainage. Plant the rosemary and back fill the hole.
Likewise, people ask, can you eat Trailing rosemary?
"Prostratus" (Rosmarinus officinalis "Prostratus"), commonly called creeping rosemary, is winter-hardy in United States Department of Agriculture zones 7 to 11. The fast-growing, edible herb adds pungent flavor to Mediterranean cuisine, and the delicate flowers are as tasty as the leaves.
Where does rosemary grow best?
Unlike most herbs that live for only one season, rosemary is an evergreen shrub in zone 8 and farther south. For that reason, you should choose a location where it can continue to grow for years to come. It thrives in a sunny, well-drained location where it will reach up to 3 feet tall and wide.