Sea Lavender is found in dunes and thickets on the Atlantic coast of central and south Florida. Sea Lavender goes by many names, Sea Rosemary and Bay Lavender being a few. They are evergreen and bloom in the fall through winter. Sea Lavender flower and fruit at the same time. The flowers are pink, white or lavender with brown or black fruit. Sea Lavender prefers moist to dry sandy soil in full sun. They grow 3 to 5 feet in height. Sea Lavender is propagated from cuttings and seeds.