Silvery leaved plant resembling Rosemarycomments (2) February 27th, 2013 in gallery
These photos were sent to me by a friend, whose friend wrote: "I purchased this a year ago at Ashcombe in the herb section where it was labeled as "English Sage". It is not a herb in my opinion. The woody stem is not square sided nor does it have a fragrance. The leaves are tiny with a silvery cast as they age. It is in a 6" pot and has not bloomed despite full sun. "
It reminds me of Bog Rosemary - Andromeda polifolia. What do you think?
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