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Creeping Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus') is a variety of the typical species. Their only difference lies in the form, where in creeping Rosemary the lateral growth dominates and its shoots rest on the ground.
It also has evergreen foliage and small, needle-like very aromatic leaves, whose color is grey-green. Its flowers, which have a light blue-violet color, appear from the end of winter and the flowering continues until the end of Spring.
It is a very easy plant to grow, it is planted in any type of soil that drains well and in sunny positions. It practically does not face problems from enemies and diseases, it withstands drought and coastal conditions, while it is also a bee-feeding plant.
It is used in horticulture and landscape architecture, especially in Mediterranean gardens and environments.