Salvia rosmarinus Schleid., Handb. Angew. Bot. 2: 447 (1835) as per POWO and CoL;
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Rosmarinus officinalis L., Sp. Pl. 23 1753. (syn: Rosmarinus angustifolius Mill.; Rosmarinus communis Noronha [Invalid]; Rosmarinus flexuosus Jord. & Fourr.; Rosmarinus latifolius Mill.; Rosmarinus laxiflorus Noë ex Lange; Rosmarinus laxiflorus Noë; Rosmarinus officinalis var. angustifolius (Mill.) DC.Rosmarinus officinalis var. angustissimus Foucaud & E.Mandon; Rosmarinus officinalis var. latifolius (Mill.) DC.Rosmarinus officinalis subsp. laxiflorus (Noë ex Lange) Nyman; Rosmarinus officinalis var. latifolius (Mill.) DC.; Rosmarinus officinalis var. prostratus Pasq.; Rosmarinus officinalis var. rigidus (Jord. & Fourr.) Cariot & St.-Lag.; Rosmarinus prostratus Mazziari; Rosmarinus rigidus Jord. & Fourr.; Rosmarinus serotinus Loscos; Rosmarinus tenuifolius Jord. & Fourr.; Salvia fasciculata Fernald; Salvia rosmarinus Schleid.) as per The Plant List;
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Medit.: Albania, Algeria, Baleares, Corse, Cyprus, East Aegean Is., Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Libya, Morocco, Portugal, Sardegna, Sicilia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Yugoslavia; Introduced into: Azores, Bermuda, Bulgaria, Canary Is., Cape Verde, Great Britain, Kriti, Krym, Madeira, Mexico Central, Mexico Southwest, Texas, Trinidad-Tobago as per POWO;
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Rosemary;
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Aromatic shrub up to 2 m tall with up to 25 mm long, 1-2 mm broad clustered leaves, glabrous above, white stellate-tomentose beneath, margin revolute, apex obtuse; flowers crowded on short branches, blue to whitish, 2-lipped; calyx tomentose outside, upper lip subcircular, lower ovate; corolla 7-9 mm across, upper lip 2-lobed, lower 3-lobed middle lobe broadest with constriction at base, lateral lobes oblong.
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A powerful anti oxidant and dry leaves used as spices, essential oil also reported. A herbal tea can be prepared by adding some dry leaves of Rosemary providing great aroma and taste.
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It is believed that smelling Rosemary is good for people suffering from low memory. The essential oil obtained from Rosemary is added in bathing water.
Yes, the oil is added to bathwater or applied to the body after the bath to increase the skin-blood circulation. It is also used in many spices and goes very well with banana.
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Source of Rosemary oil. The leaves also find use in flavouring foods and as stuffing in meats. The plant also finds use in medicine.
Yes and Rosemary sprigs added to vinegar bottle for about a month before using is fantastik in salads
and to cooking /boiling soups can be refreshing and good for the lungs in winter

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Rosmarinus officinalis from Ranikhet:
Common names: Rosemary
Aromatic shrub up to 2 m tall with up to 25 mm long, 1-2 mm broad clustered leaves, glabrous above, white stellate-tomentose beneath, margin revolute, apex obtuse; flowers crowded on short branches, blue to whitish, 2-lipped; calyx tomentose outside, upper lip subcircular, lower ovate; corolla 7-9 mm across, upper lip 2-lobed, lower 3-lobed middle lobe broadest with constriction at base, lateral lobes oblong.
Often cultivated for extraction of rosemary oil and as ornamental.
Photographed from
Ranikhet.



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Lamiaceae (incl. Verbenaceae) Fortnight: Lamiaceae-Rosmarinus officinalis from Ranikhet–GSMAY97/100 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (3)
Rosmarinus officinalis Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 1: 23. 1753.

Common names: Rosemary
Aromatic shrub up to 2 m tall with up to 25 mm long, 1-2 mm broad clustered leaves, glabrous above, white stellate-tomentose beneath, margin revolute, apex obtuse; flowers crowded on short branches, blue to whitish, 2-lipped; calyx tomentose outside, upper lip subcircular, lower ovate; corolla 7-9 mm across, upper lip 2-lobed, lower 3-lobed middle lobe broadest with constriction at base, lateral lobes oblong.
Often cultivated for extraction of rosemary oil and as ornamental.
Photographed from Ranikhet.


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Lamiaceae (inc. Verbenaceae) Fortnight: Lamiaceae – Rosmarinus officinalis from ,Coimbatore -BRSMAY01/16 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)
Sharing the images of Rosmarinus officinalis from Anaikatti, Coimbatore.


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Lamiaceae (Incl. Verbenaceae) Fortnight: Rosemarinus officinalis from Shimla- NS May 125/125 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
This was shot from H.P. University, Shimla..
Rosemarinus officinalis..


i have these in my balcony not flowering yet. nice flower pic



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Rosmarius officinalis : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
Sharing some pictures of Rosmarius officinalis shot at Gyaneswor Nepal on  26 August 2016  at 4500 ft



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Lamiaceae week: Rosemary:
Name: Rosmarinus officinalis L.
Family: :Lamiaceae
Common name: Rosemary
Photographed at Cambridge, UK
I have also seen this plant in Ooty of Nilgiris. Local people use this as medicinal plant.


A powerful anti oxidant and dry leaves used as spices, essential oil also reported. A herbal tea can be prepared by adding some dry leaves of Rosemary providing great aroma and taste.


beautiful photos of Rosemary.  It is believed that smelling Rosemary is good for people suffering from low memory.  The essential oil obtained from Rosemary is added in bathing water. I have tried to propagate this
plant from stem cuttings from the Rosemary sold in the local market and was successful, but  due to my over care  and heat of Mumbai it did not survive for more than a year.  Better luck next time.


I saw it growing wild and in plenty on Canary islands and in Apulien / Puglia (south Italy). It has a very pleasent frangrance.
Yes, the oil is added to bathwater or applied to the body after the bath to increase the skin-blood circulation. It is also used in many spices and goes very well with banana.
I have a small plant in a pot. …, i was surprised to read that your plant did not survive in the heat in Mumbai. Rosemary likes hot weather. My plant I have to take into the house in winter.
Better Luck next time.


I think it could be due to over watering.  Next time I will be careful.



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Lamiaceae & Verbenaceae Week: Lamiaceae:
Rosmarinus officinalis
Rosemary plant.
Family : Lamiaceae.
Location San Francisco bot. garden Jun 2011.


Here are mine from California



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Rosmarinus officinalis
SFO Botanical garden

very nice to see close up of the flower
rosemary essential oil enhances long term memory functions and seems to enhance sense of well being
moral of the story…
as we age keep some rosemary oil handy and put in the scent diffuser once in a while
dont over do

Thanks for the advice … Really you have a treasure of information.
Obviously Doctor is not just a Doctor. He or she is curious and hungry of knowledge in everything (Just joking) 

no joke
in my experience, you share it too, as does … may be … (haven’t had conv reg this with him though)
best doctors are those that are curious
best way to serve the patient the family and society and students
ultimately self soul



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Rosemary from California:
Rosmarinus officinalis
Rosemary
Commonly planted here in California. Source of Rosemary oil. The leaves also find use in flavouring foods and as stuffings in meats. The plant also finds use in medicine.

Yes and Rosemary sprigs added to vinegar bottle for about a month before using is fantastik in salads
and to cooking /boiling soups can be refreshing and good for the lungs in winter



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Aromatic Plant For ID : California : 10DEC14 : AK-35 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
Small, aromatic, cultivated garden plant in a home garden.
Seen in October in Sacramento.
Id please.

rosemary
you missed the beautiful flowers
# 3 has a dried up flower spike

Photo at No. 3 is of Lavender; others look like Rosemary.


Thanks for the id and correcting me about the third picture.
The picture 3 & 4 were taken at the same time.
Hence I thought it to be the same.
The botanical name would be Rosmarinus officinalis of Lamiaceae?
I had seen another similar plant, planted as an ornamental, with tiny purple flowers.
Will post it.


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Ornamental Plant For ID : California : 12DEC14 : AK-36 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).
Cultivated, ornamental plant seen in San Francisco on 1/10/14.
…, is this also Rosemary?
Rosmarinus officinalis of Lamiaceae?


yes



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Lamiaceae (including Verbenaceae) Fortnight : Lamiaceae : Rosmarinus officinalis : California : 18MAY15 : AK-24 : 24/26 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (3)
Commonly known as Rosemary from San Francisco.


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smriti van Jaipur– 11.5.2007; ID-DKB144 – indiantreepix | Google Groups

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Salvia rosmarinus Schleid.: 2 very high res. images.

Location: Kew, London, UK
Altitude: 19 m.
Date: 04 April 2022
Habit : Cultivated / Labeled
Syn : Rosmarinus officinalis var. prostratus Mazziari

Yes …

Rosamarinus officinalis and all its varieties including var. prostratus and subspecies are now synonyms of Salvia rosmarinus.



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