West Adams Prep Labyrinth

a Sacred Spaces/Urban Places™ project

Planting Our Scentual Rosemary Hedge-Day 3-March 23, 2009 March 23, 2009

Filed under: Labyrinth — lorieneck @ 7:55 pm
Rosemary planting orientation with Denato (our guide)

Rosemary planting orientation with Denato (our guide)

planting our 1st rosemary!!!!!!!

planting our 1st rosemary!!!!!!!

Julie measuring 15" b/w each rosemary....

Julie measuring 15" b/w each rosemary....

Denisse on the move

Denisse on the move

Evelin and Vanessa

Evelin and Vanessa

Vanessa and Pamela

Vanessa and Pamela

cool image of greening urban jungle

cool image of greening urban places

watering our first circuits of rosemary

watering our first circuits of rosemary

unity at its best!

unity at its best!

About our Hedge plant:

Rosmarinus officinalis
( Tuscan Blue Rosemary )

‘Tuscan Blue’ is a fast growing rosemary with a tall upright habit. The flowers are dark blue, the slightly glossy foliage is light green against red-brown stems. Height and spread are 3-6′. Dense, bushy, upright, aromatic evergreen shrub. Leaves are narrow and linear, dark green and leathery, up to 2 inches long. Small, tubular blue flowers in whorls, up to 1/2 in long. Rosemary is an excellent choice for making topiaries, and widely used in cooking especially Italian cuisine. A wonderful companion plant with roses. Weeping, pendulous varieties available too. More info…

http://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/pd_972b.html

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