Tuscan Rosemary Plant

$24

Description

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Aromatic Mediterranean Rosemary

Why Tuscan Blue Rosemary Plants?

Whether you want to liven up your landscape with color and fragrance or you want to add interest to an existing herb garden, the Tuscan Blue Rosemary Plant is an excellent choice. Aromatic, beautiful and easy to take care of, the Tuscan Blue Rosemary is an easy choice.

The pretty blue flowers that bloom on this Rosemary give it its name. An abundance of small violet-blue to clear-blue flowers pop up on the Tuscan Blue Rosemary during the spring and summer. And this Rosemary is a strong, sturdy plant, you’ll find plenty of places in your garden where your Rosemary can add incredible value.

Planting & Care

1. Planting: Plant your Tuscan Blue Rosemary in well-drained soil that receives at least 6 to 8 hours of full sun each day. If you live in a very hot region, you can give your Rosemary some afternoon shade. If planting in a container, use a potting soil that is designed to drain well, as well as a container with drainage holes.

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2. Watering: Deeply water your Rosemary immediately after planting so that the top few inches of soil is moist. You will only need to water your Tuscan Blue when the first 2 inches of soil are dry – simply check for dryness with your finger.

3. Fertilizing: For a more abundant bloom, you can fertilize your Tuscan Blue Rosemary with a 10-10-10 fertilizer each spring. Water immediately after any fertilizer application.

4. Pruning: Pruning is not necessary, but you may prune your Tuscan Blue to maintain its desired shape. If you do prune your plant, do so right after it flowers in the spring.

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