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  • Live Topiary Plants!

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    While live topiary plants are traditionally made with plants like ivy or myrtle, these beautiful works of art can also be made with herbs. The aromatic rosemary perennial, with its pale blue flowers, has become a very popular home accessory as it is easy to care for and train into a topiary. Our cone rosemary live topiary plants are the perfect natural accent to your home. Your rosemary topiary comes with a 6.5" plastic pot, although you can upgrade to add attractive mylar spring wrapping to the base, or choose a durable and traditional terracotta pot.

    Benefits of Fresh Topiary There are many types of topiary plants available like live ivy topiary and live boxwood topiary, including artificial and preserved plants, which are made from previously live plants. There are many reasons to choose live topiary plants over artificial, however. Fresh topiary brings the inviting aroma of live rosemary into your home and the beauty of nature. With very minimal care, you will have a beautiful rosemary topiary that blooms with small blue flowers, releasing the enticing rosemary aroma throughout your home. Of course, there is an added benefit to choosing a rosemary topiary over other types of topiary plants like live boxwood topiary or live ivy topiary. Your fresh topiary plants are more than just a beautiful decor element. The more you trim the new growth away from the plant, the more the tips branch out to create a fuller topiary. All trimmings can be used right away in your favorite recipes that call for fresh rosemary. You can also hang and dry springs from the topiary to make your own dried herbs to use as you cook or use the Rosemary as fresh herbs to your chicken dinner. Show less
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