Lustrous dark green aromatic leaves and the darkest blue flowers in the genus distinguish this wonderful new selection from Ed Carman of Los Gatos. Considered semi-prostrate, it reaches 2’ tall and spreads to 4’ or more. From Spring to Fall, multitudes of 1/2” tubular flowers densely pack the stems. Ideal for cascading over embankments and walls, this edible variety is also perfect for a border planting. Makes a great addition to a culinary garden. Be sure to plant it where all can enjoy its heavenly fragrance. Rosemary flowers are so popular with bees that you can easily find Rosemary honey for sale! As with all rosemary plants, this variety can handle less than perfect soils, though good drainage is helpful. Water infrequently once established. Full sun to light shade. Hardy (to 10°F), easy to care for, deer resistant, beautiful, long blooming and fragrant, what’s not to love?!