Upright Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Upright’)


Upright Rosemary

Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Upright’

  • Aromatic leaves are often used for cooking, seasoning, and drying
  • Extremely durable bush variety
  • Care free plant ideal for use as a screen, mass planting, herb gardens
  • Showy flowers in spring
  • Wonderful texture

Upright Rosemary is a must-have in any herb or kitchen garden and gets bonus points for being an attractive shrub that works beautifully as a care free hedge or screen! Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Upright’ is the upright growing bush variety, featuring aromatic, evergreen foliage and lovely lavender-blue flowers in spring. These care free plants provide year round interest. We also like to plant them in rock gardens or mass planting them for a wonderfully fragrant yard! If you love the smell of rosemary, plant them close to windows or in your outdoor living space.

For the best development, plant Upright Rosemary in full sun. These truly are easy to care for plants, so feel free to let them grow naturally, and they can also be pruned to shape as needed. Once established, this Rosmarinus officinalis variety requires little to moderate watering. As ideal as they are for an edible garden, they look right at home in any landscape or flower garden! They can tolerate urban pollution too, so they are also an excellent addition to any urban landscape, where their aromatic foliage can help clean the air.

Plant Upright Rosemary in the ground or grow them in a decorative pot, they are well-suited for either application. Big Tex Tree Nursery nurtures these useful shrubs in our local climate, so they are ready to thrive in your landscape. We are the growers! We have been growing the best-quality shrubs for decades, from our premium quality specimens. At Big Tex, we can assure that their quality is the best you will find anywhere. Visit any of our nurseries and see the difference!


Evergreen shrub with bright blue flowers and grey green foliage

Foliage used for cooking and potpourri

Cold hardy and thrives in full sun