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Rosemary (rosmarinus)

A shrub originating in the Mediterranean, and now widely cultivated throughout temperate regions of the world.

There are many varieties, some half-hardy, and some hardy perennials; all have needle-shaped leaves, but their flowers range from white to blue and pink. The maximum height can vary fro 1-2 metres, again depending on the species.

Rosemary grows well in containers, but likes a warm and sunny position.

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