Florida scrub skullcap
It is in the Laminaceae, or mint, family.
A delicate, perennial wildflower that grows to about three feet in height.
The leaves are opposite and may be stalked or sessile. Basal leaves are elliptic and toothed.
The blue flowers appear in the spring and summer.
It occurs naturally in pinelands and sandhills.
It is found in the following states: Florida and Georgia.
In the home landscape it can be grown in partial shade with dry to average moisture.
It is a favorite nectar source for bees.
It is easily propagated from seed and also transplants when very small.