Rosmarinus Prostratus



Rosmarinus Prostratus is a particular kind of Rosemary, characterised by its falling shape. It belongs to the Labiate Family and it is native to the Mediterranean areas, where it grows spontaneously both on the coasts at low altitude and in the internal hilly areas. It is a plant with tall stems, not taller than 20 cm, smaller than the traditional rosemary.
Its leaves are long and linear, shiny green on the upper surface and whitish in the lower side. The flowers are violet; they appear in winter till part of spring. Rosemary Prostratus can be cultivated as an aromatic herb thanks to its typical smell; however it can be used as garnish, for example for hedges or for the decoration of rocky gardens.

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