When you're looking for an aromatic, full plant to help fill in your landscaping, rosemary may be just the thing you need. It's woody-stemmed, making it durable. The needle-like growth produces an evergreen hedge that actually flowers every year. It thrives in warmer climates, but is tolerant of cold. Here are some tips to help you add rosemary bushes to your landscape installation:
Starting from Seed
Rosemary seeds are slow to germinate, which means you need to start the seeds a couple of months before the weather warms up.