See Chapters 7., 11., 15., 18. and 19.
Rosmarinus officinalis is the Rosemary, a dense evergreen, growing about four feet high, with small deep green aromatic foliage and lilac flowers. There is a form called prostrata, well suited to the rock garden. Ordinary soil.
This genus includes the Blackberry and Raspberry. The principal ornamental species are biflorus, height up to ten feet, white flowers in pairs m May, white stems; deliciosus, six feet, white, May, edible fruit, does well when pruned as a bush; lasiostylus, valuable for its white stems; leucodermis, ten feet, white, early summer, black fruit; and odoratus, six feet, purplish red, yellow fruit. R. Idaeus is the Raspberry; R. laciniatus the parsley-leaved Blackberry or Bramble; and R. phoenicolasius the Wine-berry. The so-called Strawberry-Raspberry is a form of R. rosaefolius. Three other handsome Rubuses are bambusarum, with trailing branches, trifoliate leaves and black fruit; flagelliformis, a species from Central China with metallic leaves and white flowers; and innominatus, trifoliate leaves, pubescent stems and orange fruits in long panicles. Good loamy soil.