Salvia rosmarinus 'Barbeque'
a.k.a. Rosmarinus officinalis 'Barbeque'
Uses: Herb (may be used fresh or dried). A beautiful indoor, patio, or outdoor plant.
Benefits: Attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies.
Zones: 7 - 11
Life Cycle: Perennial Herb
Mature Height: 3'
Mature Width: 2'-4'
Bloom Season: Depends on conditions and location, typically late spring to late summer in most of the United States
Rosemary is a perennial evergreen shrub best known for its needle-like leaves which are commonly used as a herb.
Delicious on a variety of meats and vegetables when used in both fresh and dried forms.
Beautify your space, attract butterflies and pollinators, and grow your own herbs—all at the same time with our live Rosemary plant.
Rosemary Plant Care
Give full sun.
Rosemary may be grown as an outdoor perennial when planted in zones 7-11.
Rosemary may be grown outdoors as an annual in temperatures above 40°F, but does best in weather between 55°F and 85°F.
Attempt to keep soil moist but not wet between spring and fall.
Give very little water if kept indoors over winter.
Needs very little to no fertilizer depending on soil conditions. Use caution when fertilizing and apply fertilizer at 1/4 strength max.
Size of Rosemary That You Ship
We ship our rosemary in 4" grow pots.
Size of Rosemary When Fully Grown
Rosemary may grow to a height of around 40" and widths of around 48".
What is the Botanical Name of Rosemary?
The modern botanical name of Rosemary is Salvia rosmarinus . It was formally known as Rosmarinus officinalis.
Toxicity and Risks of Rosemary
Salvia rosmarinus is not known to be toxic to either people or pets.
Primarily due to the essential oil that it produces, the consumption of too much Rosemary at one time may result in stomach upset and/or diarrhea.