My Rosemary has been dutifully keeping a watchful eye over our cottage herb garden some 10 years now, all cozied up to an old Douglas Fir tree stump. I love the way she has in time managed to gracefully embrace the old stump. She has plentiful blooms that are a nearly white pale blue. I have pruned a few aging branches from the old girl from time to time and have found their lightly scented, gnarled and twisted appearance very unique. I'm planning on using a few as sturdy handles for my whacky hillbilly baskets. Rosemary brings an air of dignity to any landscape and would be the perfect herb selection in today's era and ethos of water conscious gardening.
~ Spring Salutations~
~ William Shakespeare