Rosemary - Foxtails

Rosmarinus officinalis Foxtail

Bushy aromatic semi prostrate rosemary with long arching stems forming from a central base that are reminiscent of fox’s tails with clusters of small blue flowers in spring. 9x9cm pot (8cm depth)

9x9cm pot (8cm depth)

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  • Aromatic
  • Attracts bees
  • Ideal for containers
  • Evergreen

The arching stems of this rosemary make it perfect for patio containers in a sunny sheltered spot or for trailing over walls and balconies.

Plant Care

  • Height: 60-100cm
  • Type: Hardy
  • Aspect: Sun
  • Soil: Any/alkaline
  • Flower colour: Blue
  • Flowering period: April – May

This pungently scented herb grows best in full sun and certainly it requires the midday and afternoon sun to grow well. Although it is hardy is, it would prefer a sheltered position over winter and needs to be well drained – popping containers on bricks or feet during the wettest months helps with this. The arching stems can become very long and pinching out the tips will keep this rosemary much more bushy – never cut back into the old wood though.


Rosemary’s intense flavour has made it a valuable herb in the kitchen where it is used traditionally, fresh or dried with lamb and other meats, with roast potatoes, on pizza, in pasta sauces and bread, biscuits both savoury and sweet, cakes and desserts. Medicinally it is used as a circulatory stimulants increasing blood to the brain, making it useful for memory and concentration. An infusion of the leaves rinsed through dark hair is said to leave it glossy and bright. Rosemary has long been associated with remembrance and used to remember and honour loved ones.



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