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A terrific coastal plant, coast rosemary stands up to wind, salt spray, and drought conditions. This spreading, evergreen shrub has a dense, rounded form if left unpruned. It takes shearing well and can be sculpted to give it a more formal look. Its dark gray-green leaves look similar to rosemary foliage, hence its common name.
Coast rosemary grows best in full sun and well-drained soil. It is drought-tolerant but will keep its color best if given occasional deep irrigation in summer.
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