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Conradina etonia

Photo credit Florida Museum of Natural History

Etonia Rosemary

This is a federally listed endangered species. NOT FOR SALE IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE. It is a new species discovered by Bob McCartney in Putnam County, Florida in 1990 and introduced by Woodlanders. Medium mint family shrub larger than most other Conradina species. Has aromatic oval leaves unlike other Conradinas which have needle-like leaves. Large pale lavender flowers similar to Conradina grandiflora. Native to very limited area on deep sandy soil. If given sunny site with good drainage it grows well in the garden.

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Height
3-4 Feet

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Spread
2-4 Feet


Bloom Color

PROHIBITED TO ALL STATES EXCEPT SOUTH CAROLINA

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USDA Hardiness Zone 8-9

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PROHIBITED TO ALL STATES EXCEPT SOUTH CAROLINA