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Hi everyone,

I'm looking for information (cultural or otherwise) about a plant I bought at 
the Hosta College from Dr. Frank Potter, owner of Riverview Herbs in OH.  The 
tag says:

Conradina verticillata (Cumberland Rosemary), HS, 1', Endangered species.  
Beautiful lilac flowers with pine-scented foliage.

I've looked for it in the National Gardening Assoc's Dictionary of 
Horticulture, the American Hort. Soc's A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, the 
Complete Book of Herbs, the New Western Garden Book, and Perennials for 
American Gardens, as well as some others.  Frank said it looked and smelled 
like rosemary, but that it should be hardy up here in zone 4.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN
zone 4a
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