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Rosmarinus officinalis Sunkissed

officinalis Sunkissed
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At a Glance

- Rosmarinus Sunkissed
- Striking golden edged foliage
- Richly aromatic leaves (can be used for cooking)
- Beautiful blue flowers
- Excellent in a patio container or border

Plant Information

Rosmarinus Sunkissed is a new introduction which was found as a sport growing on R. Officinalis, this variety has a clear golden edge to the leaves and when planted in a garden or patio container almost has a golden glow. In early summer masses of contrasting blue flowers are produced on the stems.

Rosmarinus Sunkissed is an attractive and different garden plant which can also be used as a culinary herb. Best grown in full sun and a free draining soil.


Genus: Rosmarinus
Variety: officinalis Sunkissed
Category: Shrub

Height & Spread: Ht 1m x 75cm
Flower Colour: Blue
Foliage: Evergreen
Soil Type: Most
Aspect: full sun
Season of Interest: All year round
Plant Breeders Rights: EU PVR pending propagation for resale is illegal without a license from the breeder

Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions

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