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  1. Rosmarinus officinalis Hill Hardy, Hills Hardy Rosemary

    Rosemarinus Hill's Hardy (Hill’s Hardy Rosemary) is an irregular, upright growing variety that blooms in early to mid-spring with large, light blue flowers. This cold-hardy form o...

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    Rosmarinus officinalis Hill's Hardy Rosemary Hill Hardy Rosmarinus officinalis Hill Hardy
    $10.99
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    Rosemarinus Hill's Hardy (Hill’s Hardy Rosemary) is an irregular, upright growing variety that blooms in early to mid-spring with large, light blue flowers. This cold-hardy form of Rosemary is recommended for areas where winter temperatures dip below zero.
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  2. Origanum libanoticum Close Up

    Cascading Ornamental Oregano (Origanum libanoticum) is an Old World herb that blooms in mid-summer on tall stems with cascading sprays of pink bracts and flowers. Planted on the edge...

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    Origanum libanoticum Cascading Ornamental Oregano Origanum libanoticum
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    Cascading Ornamental Oregano (Origanum libanoticum) is an Old World herb that blooms in mid-summer on tall stems with cascading sprays of pink bracts and flowers. Planted on the edge of a raised bed shows off the lantern-like flowers to best advantage. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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  3. Origanum Amethyst Falls, Amethyst Falls Oregano

    Amethyst Falls is a spectacular hybrid Oregano that blooms in mid-summer with cascading sprays of bright pink flowers peeking out from chartreuse bracts. A showy and very unique per...

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    Origanum Amethyst Falls Amethyst Falls Ornamental Oregano Origanum Amethyst Falls
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    Amethyst Falls is a spectacular hybrid Oregano that blooms in mid-summer with cascading sprays of bright pink flowers peeking out from chartreuse bracts. A showy and very unique perennial variety. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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Wild Bergamot Bee Balm (Monarda Fistulosa)

Culinary Perennial Herbs

Zones 5-10 | | Blooming Late Spring - Summer

Plant Rosemary, Oregano or Sage if you'd like to add fresh flavor to your meals. These herb varieties are perfect for the cook’s garden. They offer the gardener aromatic foliage and flowers and are a copious source of nectar for bees and butterflies. They are highly resistant to browsing deer and rabbits. Plant them in hot, full sun and poor soil to enhance their culinary oil content.

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