Rosemary - Knowledgebase Question

Cary, NC
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Question by bn1934
February 15, 1998
What type of rosemary grows about 18" - 24" tall? Will it grow that height in 1 yr? I'm thinking about a short hedge row of them.

Answer from NGA
February 15, 1998
Rosemary will grow 2-6 feet high at maturity and will make a tough but attractive hedge. You'd be happiest with "Majorca Pink", which makes an erect shrub 2-4 feet tall, or "Prostratus", a dwarf rosemary that grows about 2 feet tall.
Rosemary endures hot sun and poor soil, but requires good drainage. Set your new plants about two feet apart for quick fill-in of the hedge area.

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