Conradina, Wild Rosemary


Wild Rosemary
Also known as: Conradina canescens, False Rosemary



Wild Rosemary 
Also known as: Conradina canescens, False Rosemary

Fragrant, native perennial shrub with narrow leaves. Leaf margins turn downward. Exceptional flowering plant. Double lip bloom; lower lip is a rich lavender while the top lip is mostly white with purple flecks. Extremely attractive to bees.

Hardiness Zone: 8 to 9

Light: Full Sun

Mature Growth: 2-4 feet high

Soil: Sandy area, well drained

Blooms: spring, summer into fall

Wildlife: Flowers are attractive to butterflies, bees & hummingbirds


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1 Quart, 1 Gallon