What’s not to love about rosemary? Fragrant, delicious, and ornamental all at once, Rosmarinus prostratus, Trailing, Rosemary is the sort of herb you will want to keep in your garden for years to come. This trailing variety is particularly attractive, as this hardy plant grows fast and evergreen across the rock garden or on a wall. It also works well as a ground cover. Plant in full to partial sun to get the most out of your rosemary plant. For beginner herb gardeners, this is an accessible place to start, as rosemary is drought tolerant and relatively easy to grow. Leave it rustic and wild or prune it down for a tailored look. It will grow to about 1-foot tall at its highest, with a spread of 4-feet to 8-feet if grown outside in a warm climate.