Conradina glabra is a Federally endangered native that comes from the deep sandy soils of longleaf pine and wiregrass habitats from a small area in the Apalachicola region of the Florida Panhandle. This collection is cutting-grown from a plant shared with us from Liberty County, Florida. The woody stems on this 18" tall x 5' wide sub-shrub are clothed with dark green, needle-like, highly fragrant, evergreen leaves, topped in early spring with light lavender flowers. In the garden, Conradina glabra makes a fabulous specimen in a well-drained rock garden. Conradina glabra cannot be shipped outside of North Carolina.