Rosemary is a unique culinary herb. It’s very common in dry coastal regions like California, Portugal, and Croatia.

It’s a unique bush because:

  1. Rosemary is commonly used as landscaping in public areas
  2. Rosemary is delicious

Rather than letting landscaping crews have all the fun, one could trim these bushes anytime they made a dish containing the herb. Only to be helpful, of course.

Similar projects that I think are neat are Where Rosemary Is (focused on Victoria, BC Canada) and the Stanford Gleaning Project.

These are the rosemary bushes I have stumbled on. So far I've documented 27.