Introduced by the University of California at Davis. It is named for the family that brought it from Europe as a seed over 50 years ago. It is reputed to be one of the tallest rosemaries. The flowers are bright purplish blue and the leaves are broad and dark green in color. Culinary cultivar.
Starts shipping in April
We ship based on the average last frost date for your shipping zip code and also when the plants are well rooted in their pots. Most plants are shipped in 2 3/8” square, by 3 ¾” deep “band pots”. Plant size varies by species and shipping date but will be well rooted and ready to plant.
height x width 5-8' x 3'
USDA Zones 7-9