Left: ‘Taylor’s Blue’, a creeping variety with a piney, camphorous scent and blue flowers. Right: ‘Majorca Pink’, an upright rosemary with short, resinous leaves and pale pink flowers.
Left: ‘Dancing Waters’, a delicate-looking creeping cultivar with deep blue blooms. Right: ‘Nancy Howard’, a pleasant-scented upright variety with flowers of pure white.
Left: ‘Gorizia’, rigidly upright with long, broad leaves and light blue flowers. Right: ‘Arp’, among the hardiest of the rosemaries (will survive with protection to Zone 5), with light blue flowers and a sprawling habit.
Left: ‘Herb Cottage’, also called ‘Foresteri’, a semiupright with blue flowers. Right: ‘Logee Blue’, an upright rosemary with a rich scent and light blue flowers.
Left: ‘Severn Sea’, a variety with a bushy habit, strong, upright stems, and deep violet flowers. Right: ‘Joyce DeBaggio’, also sold as ‘Golden Rain’, an upright rosemary with leaves of streaked gold and dark blue flowers.