Rosemary Apalachicola (Conradina glabra) is endemic to Florida and is listed as endangered by the state of Florida. It requires full sun exposure and should be planted deeply in well-drained, sandy soil. It may grow to approximately 18 inches high with a spread of 2 feet.
Not to be confused with the table herb rosemary, this plant is a member of the mint family. Its needle-like leaves will emit a minty fragrance when crushed. Showy, lavender/blue flowers will bloom in the spring and summer. It is a great source of nectar and attracts pollinators, especially bees.