Fresh Potted Herbs delivered first class from £4.95
Latin Name: Rosmarinus officinalis prostratus
Type: Evergreen Perennial
Soil Type: Free draining
Where should I plant this variety? Full sun
How tall does it grow? Aprox 20-30cm
How much space does it need? Aprox 20-30cm
When does it flower? Purple flowers during early summer
Top care tips: Avoid waterlogged roots during the winter
"This is the stupendous ‘Trailing Rosemary. ’(Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus Group’ as we refer to it in private).
Trailing Rosemary? It sure is.
This variety of Rosemary does’t grow uprights, the stems are naturally inclined to trail or provide ground cover. This is a seriously useful quality. The plant can be used to provide ground cover, it will grow up a guide to form interesting shapes or be integrated into a ‘living wall’ planting arrangement. It can be planted alongside alpines in a rockery to provide aroma, flavour and also gorgeous shape and form within your planting scheme. For us, it’s greatest quality is the fact that it trails when you plant it into a container or hanging basket. It looks so cool spilling down the side of a terracotta pot. It seems to add depth to a herb planting combination that might largely grow upright. We like our kitchen garden to be a feast of all the senses, looking sensational as well as smelling exciting.
Its easy to grow and very hardy. Trailing Rosemary will enjoy being planted somewhere sunny. Drainage is very important. It really doesn’t like being waterlogged. It will also benefit from regular pruning to avoid the plant becoming leggy.
Chefs that we work with rave about trailing Rosemary. Several have commented to us that they feel the flavour is more delicate, juicy and succulent as the young stem seems softer than traditional upright Rosemary. Who are we to argue with some of the amazing chefs we call friends?"
Delivery options explained.
All herbs dispatched with Royal Mail first class delivery. This starts from £4.95 and ensures that your herbs reach you promptly and in good health.
If your plant is available on our surplus list it will be available as an option for immediate dispatch. We dispatch fresh herbs by first class Royal Mail delivery to ensure that they are not in the postal system for long. We will aim to dispatch orders at the beginning of the week following your order, on Monday or Tuesday of the week to ensure no delays over the weekend.
Herb plants are dispatched from April – August each year, but you can order the plants in advance all year round to ensure that you receive the unusual varieties that you desire. Plants will be dispatched on a ‘first come first served’ basis as soon as they are ready. Some varieties will be available a little later in the year from May onwards, and we will aim to dispatch all herbs in one shipment once all the varieties are ready. We will update you on the estimated date of your delivery as soon as we know.
If you have a preferred month for delivery i.e. you are having a new garden installed or building work conducted, please contact us and we will make a note on your order to try our best to accommodate that request.