Bog Rosemary is a tall, spindly evergreen shrub that grows to 10" tall. It's leaves alternate along the main stem and are leathery with rolled-under edges that sport a distinct web-like vein pattern above and a powdery white beneath. The flowers are pink and urn-shaped. You'll find the Bog Rosemary most commonly in peat bogs from sea level to subalpine regions. Unlike the common rosemary herb used in cooking, Bog Rosemary is poisonous.