Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) (Rosemary)
Rosemary is a perennial grown for its highly fragrant and resinous foliage. It grows as a bush usually 2-6 feet tall and is often used as a landscape plant. Branch tips 4-6 inches long are harvested and marketed. Rosemary is used both fresh and dried for flavoring meat and other dishes.
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|a thrips||Kurtomathrips morrilli||(Picture)|
|a cercopid (spittlebug)||Clastoptera xanthocephala||(Picture)|
|an armored scale||- - -||(Picture)|