Rosmarinus officinalis Prostratus Group ‘Lockwood de Forest’
A Conservation Scheme Plant
Reason for Inclusion
Historical interest. The plant originates from California, where it was spotted by plantswoman,Elizabeth de Forest, in the garden that she created with her husband, Lockwood de Forest Jnr, a landscape architect.
Brief description of plant
Prostrate shrub with aromatic foliage and pale blue flowers. Evergreen.
Height x Spread
30cm x 60cm
Narrow, linear green aromatic foliage.
March - April
Any well-drained soil.
Pests and diseases
Can be affected by rosemary leaf beetle causing damage to shoot tips.
Suitable for large rock garden or trailing over a low wall.
Propagate from semi-ripe cuttings under glass.