Is the Rosemary type in the Click & Grow pods the Upright or the Creeping kind?
If it’s one, are there any plans to also sell the other?
Upright Rosemary – This elegant shrub has a narrow grayish needle-like foliage with beautiful blue flowers. In the ideal climate, upright rosemary can grow to be as tall as 4-feet, with a spread of 3-feet.
Creeping Rosemary – Creeping rosemary has an entirely different growth habit, but it still delivers the same pungent flavor. This variety is more commonly found trailing from terraced and raised beds, or as a ground cover in the garden.
The species is “Rosmarinus officinalis” as it says on the Rosemary Plant Pod page but that can come in several types, and could be either upright or creeping:
Rosmarinus officinalis - “Tuscan”/“Tuscan Blue” (with blue flowers, this is basically a hedge)
Rosmarinus officinalis albiflorus - “White Rosemary” (similar to Tuscan with white flowers)
Rosmarinus angustifolius - “Pine Scented Rosemary” this is not an “officinalis” type, so I don’t think the C&G plant pods have this one in it (can anyone confirm?)
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Joyce de Baggio’ - “Golden Rosemary” (gold/yellow leaves instead of green)
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Madeline Hill’ - “Madeline Hill Rosemary” (this is more cold hardy)
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Arp’ - “Arp Rosemary” (greyish green leaves)
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Blue Boy’ - “Blue Boy Rosemary” (grows shorter than other upright rosemary types)
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Prostratus’ - “Trailing Rosemary” (this is also a Rosmarinus officinalis type, not sure if C&G plant pods have this one in it (can anyone confirm?)?
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Huntington Carpet’ - “Huntington Carpet Rosemary” (similar to “trailing”)
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Renzels’ - “Irene Rosemary” (also similar to “trailing”)
Does anyone know which of the above rosemary types are in the C&G plant pods? I want to re-pot them after they’ve outgrown the pod so I wanted to know which type is in the pod!
I’m pretty sure it is an upright growing type of Rosemary and the visuals on the product page confirm that.
How large are your plants now? Rosemary is one of our favorite plants to repot.