Plants (all 4) were packaged and delivered fantastically, however in closer inspection of the leaves nearer the soil, I can see the plant seems to be suffering from some type of fungal problem leaving white blotches on the leaves. I could be wrong but that's what it looks like to me (I'm experiencing the same issue in my garden and is the reason I got new plants) so a bit disappointed to see they're already suffering from something I'd hoped they'd be more resilient against. I'll keep them going and see how they get on
Salvia rosmarinus 'Arp'( Rosemary 'Arp') Herb Plant
Some Herbs may be too tall for our standard packaging and will be trimmed to fit. This will not be detrimental to the plant but will mean that these herbs will flower later in the year.
The Blister packs used to protect our beautiful herbs during transit are made from 100% recycled plastic and can be recycled kerbside.
Rosemary 'Arp'(Salvia rosmarinus 'Arp') Previously Rosmarinus officinalis 'Arp') Herb in 1 Litre Pot
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is absolutely essential in a culinary herb garden. It is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant evergreen needle-like leaves, and is native to the Mediterranean region, and as such, prefers a light, sandy soil, which will fully satisfy its meagre feeding needs. Having said that, Rosemary herb is tolerant of most soil conditions as long as they are not water-logged. True to its origins, Rosemary herb prefers sunny and sheltered conditions. It will stand frosts if conditions are not windy and wet as well.
Rosemary 'Arp' was originally found growing in Arp, Texas, hence the name and was developed and introduced for its excellent hardiness through a cold winter. The abundant foliage has the classic Rosemary scent with a hint of citrus .Rosemary 'Arp' is one of the most decorative herbs and is well worth growing for its appearance alone, as it can reach heights of 1.2m if left for long enough. Rosmarinus 'Arp' will produce small, pale blue flowers in late spring, creating a beautiful display. Rosemary 'Arp' is very attractive to bees and other pollinating insects. It can also be grown as an informal dividing hedge, great in the vegetable garden where it is said to deter Carrot root fly, will need regular pruning for this.
If left unpruned Rosemary can become straggly and untidy so should be pruned after flowering to keep it compact. As a guide, prune after the first main flush of flowers. Regular picking of the leaves especially the tips of the branches for cooking acts as an ongoing pruning regime and helps keep the plant bushy and compact.
The leaves of the Rosemary 'Arp' plant are extremely aromatic, and can be finely chopped and used to flavour a variety of dishes, especially stuffing. Many cooks simply cut sprigs of rosemary and place with roasted meats, especially lamb, pork, chicken and turkey. beautiful when chopped and added to roasting potatoes, or added to tomato based dishes. The leaves of plant can be made into a tea to aid digestion. The leaves can be dried to add to dishes too. You can also use the leaves in an infusion for bath water too, to aid relaxation of muscles whilst stimulating the mind. It is of course distilled into an essential oil and added to many cosmetic products. The Rosemary herb plant is said to help memory and indeed in the language of flowers it is used to denote remembrance. It is said also to prolong life!
Buy Rosemary 'Arp' Online
Our potted Rosemary 'Arp' herb plants are generally available to buy online all year round.
|Salvia rosmarinus 'Arp'( Rosemary 'Arp') Herb Plant|
|Aspect/Site||Full sun/Partial shade|
|Soil Type||Free draining soil|
|Latin Name||Rosmarinus officinalis 'Arp'|
|Hardiness||RHS rating H4 - Hardy average winter|
|Culinary||Meat & Poultry|
|Type of Garden||Formal|
received two healthy plants which were well protected and packed
Beautiful healthy plants. Putting all my faith in this hardy variety as I lost my mature Rosemary this last winter. Many thanks for great service.
perfect plants delivered quickly and in good protective carrier. recommended