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    Cold Hardy - Variety Arp or Madalene Hill Rosemary to zone 6 (protected)

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    • Karen Hine

      Arp Rosemary. Hardy to zone 6 allegedly. Incidentally, Madalene Hill, the namesake of our other cold hardy Rosemary, Madalene Hill Rosemary, was responsible for discovering Arp Rosemary.

    • sparks_austin

      Upright rosemary is a must in xwric gardens. Smells incredible, is cold hardy, and gets tiny blue flowers in spring. Mine get to about 4' x3' with no care. They do get woody, just chop it back in spring and it will grow new shoots and be beautiful again in a month!

    • Bebe Miles

      Upright rosemary is a must in gardens. Smells incredible, is cold hardy, and gets tiny blue flowers in spring.

    • Kathy Clark

      Cold hardy rosemary Says its hardy to Zone 6. Might make it if its sheltered in Ohio.

    • Jean Ma

      Cold Hardy - Variety Arp or Madalene Hill Rosemary to zone 6 (protected)

    • Jackie Leavitt Graña

      Rosmarinus officinalis cv. Arp Rosemary

    • Butterfly House Permaculture

      Arp Rosemary -- hardy to zone 5

    • Chris Camm

      A young Arp Rosemary

    • Kathie Flood

      Cold hardy rosemary

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