Are you looking for a sweetly-scented plant that produces a large amount of flowers in late spring and summer?. Well then, look no further than White Rosemary Plants. They fare well in partial shade and flourish under bright sunlight. They are drought tolerant and requires light, well-drained soul. Be aware that the plant can sprout 4-6 feet high.
- White flowering rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis ‘albus’) is an upright evergreen plant with thick, leathery, needle-like leaves.
- White rosemary plants tend to be lavish bloomers, producing masses of sweetly scented white flowers in late spring and summer.
- Water white flowering rosemary when the top of the soil feels dry to the touch. Water deeply, and then let the soil dry before watering again.
“If you live in USDA plant hardiness zones 8 through 11, you should have no trouble growing white flowering rosemary in your garden. Birds, bees and butterflies will thank you!”