Tuscan Blue Rosemary is a selected form of rosemary which grows into a broad, upright bush between 3 and 6 feet tall, and up to 4 feet wide. The branches reach to the ground, and for large parts of the year the upper stems are covered with beautiful small flowers of a misty blue color. The foliage is needle-like and very aromatic when crushed, and it is used in the kitchen for its distinctive aroma. This plant is hardy from zone 8, and in colder zones it can be grown in a pot and brought into a cool, sunny place for the winter months. It grows in hot, dry places, including coastal areas, and it is resistant to salt spray. Grow it naturally among rocks or gravel, or it can be clipped into hedges and trimmed shapes. Grow the Tuscan Blue Rosemary in hot, dry parts of the garden. Water regularly until established, but after that it is extremely drought resistant. It grows well in any well-drained soil, and it thrives in alkaline soils and among limestone rocks. Avoid rich soils and wet conditions. It doesn’t suffer from pests or diseases and this is an extremely easy plant to grow. In containers use a soil for cactus and succulent plants, and a clay pot with drainage holes.