This prostrate rosemary selection grows 12 to 16 inches tall by 4 to 6 feet across. First developed at the Huntington Botanical Gardens in California, it has dark green aromatic foliage and deep blue flowers that attract bees. This selection retains the foliage in the center of the plant better than other prostrate forms. It makes a durable groundcover and is useful for planting on slopes to aid in erosion control. Plant in full sun.