4" Pot Herb - Rosemary
Rosemary features slender, needle-like, grey-green leaves on erect woody stems. And it produces clusters of small, light blue to white flowers typically in the late spring to early summer, though it can bloom at other points of the year as well. Plant rosemary in the spring after any threat of frost has passed. The shrub has a moderate growth rate. It will reach its mature size and begin flowering in its second season. This plant needs a sunny spot that has soil with sharp drainage. Rosemary also grows well in containers both outdoors and indoors, as long as it can get enough light.