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36" tall x 36" wide. Arp is a very cold hardy Rosemary. It has a stiff upright growth habit and a mid-spring display of light blue flowers. Released by the National Aboretum. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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Comments about High Country Gardens Rosmarinus officinalis Arp:
gets big fast
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Survived its first winter, but small
from Zone 7a/7b, Maryland
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I moved to Maryland (zone 7) from warmer climes and missed my rosemary. Research suggested Arp had the best chance of surviving the winters, which are really unpredictable here. I planted two in the lawn last spring (lightly amended soil, full sun) and watered them through their first summer.They did survive the winter, although it wasn't a particularly harsh one. They're growing, but very, very slowly compared to what I'm used to from rosemary. I don't know if it's the cultivar, the conditions, or what, but I hope it eventually gets big enough to pick some.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
A nice evergreen plant, and great seasoning for lamb
from Smith Valley, NV
Still a small plant, but basically bullet (and bunny!) Proof. Hardy so far this winter. I bought it for convenient fresh rosemary, but if it continues to do well I will get more for evergreen shrubbery.
So far so good
Using in a very dry hot area. Slow growth but doing well, haven't been through a winter freeze yet.
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
from Hampshire Co, WV
ARP rosemary is a rich dark green and blooms profusely--large blue flowers. Healthy, no problems, tolerate bad soil and drought. We have had multiple plants along retaining walls without added water or care. However, last winter had severe, windy, wet weather and they didn't survive. I plan to replace them.
(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Healthy and vigorous plants
from Greensboro, NC
I live in zone 7b (North Carolina) and trying to establish Rosemary in my patio garden. These Arp Rosemary plants arrived in excellent condition. They were green and ready to plant.
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