Here I've added more wire and placed all the primary, and most of the secondary branches. I scraped and carved the dead wood as well, nature did most of the work for me.
Pruned and pinched the strong, soft summer shoots that grew after the work done in May.
Flowers are much more vibrant in person, these pics are a bit over exposed.
Very nice! I had one like yours a couple years ago until a wooden backdrop I was using to take photos fell off my stand and broke it in two. Here is one I've been working on. I need to update the photo though because it's much fuller now.
I do cook with the cuttings. I actually kept them in water in the kitchen and several rooted, just planted them this morning. This variety has short leaves and compact growth. No clue what the name is...
Yes I think that would look very good. But I think it will take several repottings over the next 5-7 years to get it into a proper pot. I think we've all heard that Rosemary can be intolerant of heavy root work. I recently read that the fiberous roots can be cut back with little concern; it's the reduction of large roots that may stress or kill a Rosemary. If any bnuts have direct experience with this please share.
Thanks in advance