Rosemary 'Arp' Plants
Rosemary is a highly pungent herb that is primarily used in meat dishes. The lance shaped leaves contain high amounts of essential oils, that when brushed or crushed, release a pine-like scent. We use this herb primarily on venison and turkey. 'Arp' can tolerate lower temperatures than most rosemary, but it is still best to bring indoors in zones seven and below. Rosemary plants make nice houseplants and can be trimmed into scented Christmas trees.
Mature Plant Size: 4'-6' Tall, 2'-3' Spread, 3'-4' tall in containers
Bloom Time: June-August (in garden) other times of the year in house
Light Exposure: Full Sun
Soil Type/pH: Well-drained/6.0-7.5
Hardiness Zones: 7-10
Fertilizer: Apply an all-purpose fertilizer granular fertilizer or similar scratch fertilizer at planting. We prefer organic for better soil health. Liquid feed container plantings every two weeks with an all-purpose formula.
Container Size: 4.5" Pot