Rosmarinus officinalis var angustissimus ‘Collingwood Ingram’
Flowering from autumn to mid-spring Rosemary provides consistent bee fodder across the crucial seasons. ‘Collingwood Ingram’ was collected by its namesake in Corsica. Its glossy green leaves and finer leaves sets it apart from other Rosemary cultivars and it carries rich blue flowers for many autumn, winter and spring months. This cultivar has a slightly trailing habit but can be clipped into a hedge or ball. Happy in any sunny spot it will grow 60cm tall by 90cm across.