Conradina verticillata ‘Snowflake’
A native rosemary. What? Not a true rosemary, but can be used as a rosemary substitute. Narrow leaves emit a pleasant rosemary scent and flavor. White, nectar-filled flowers bloom May-June. Plants are low, mounding, evergreen, and make a nice groundcover or spiller that can be used as an edging along pathways, at the front of the border, or cascading over walls and containers. Does not tolerate wet soils. A rare native plant found only in Tennessee and Kentucky.
Full sun. Height 12”. Spread 3’. Zones 5-7.
Available May 2017