Is Blue Ice bog rosemary a perennial?
In this regard, can you eat blue ice bog rosemary?
The lovely—yet poisonous—bog rosemary, Andromeda polifolia, is a small evergreen shrub that is usually found in marshy conditions. It features blue-green leaves and clusters of pink or white blossoms. It should be planted in wet or moist areas, hence the name "bog" rosemary.
Beside above, where does Andromeda grow? Purchase plants at a local garden center and plant from spring to summer in a full sun to part shade location. Grow andromeda on well-drained, humus-rich, acidic soil. Grow andromeda plants spaced 3 to 8 feet apart, depending on the selection.
People also ask, is there any poisonous rosemary?
Common rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is desirable for its beautiful spring blooms, hardy nature and versatility. Rosemary has been hybridized to produce a number of cultivars. Because common rosemary is edible, all varieties are edible, but they do slightly vary in flavor and in their growth habits.
Is Rosemary poisonous to dogs?
This good-for-dogs herb is high in iron, calcium, and Vitamin B6. Rosemary has also been shown to act as an antioxidant. There is no reported toxicity for dogs although very high doses may result in liver or kidney problems.