A selection of official Rosemary with the same culinary and medicinal uses apply. Rosemary Herb Cottage plant is the main source of commercial Rosemary Oil, with the highest oil content of any Rosemary species.
Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis, is a circulation stimulant and anti-oxidant that is better known as a culinary herb. Essential in every garden. A preferred flavouring with lamb dishes. Aids in the digestion of starchy foods such as pasta. Traditional and contemporary use in a hot bath as a remedy for rheumatism, muscle pain and soreness. A companion plant and used in pot pourri. A cold infusion used a conditioner for dark hair. Traditionally this Rosemary is the herb of remembrance. Rosemary is a native of the Mediterranean region and prefers light, well drained soils in a protected, sunny position. Small dark blue flowers appearing in spring and summer. Small pale blue or white flowers appearing in spring and summer. Small pale blue or white flowers appearing in spring and summer. Drought and frost resistant. An evergreen shrub, growing to 1.5m x 1.5m.