Desi Arnaz or hybrid Georgia Savory. This evergreen native, shrubby mint is a captivating compact spreading shrub to 18" with a greater spread. Its aromatic foliage makes it perfect for herb or parterre gardens. It occurred as a chance seedling in the garden of Pamela Harper, gardener and garden writer extraordinaire of Seaford, Virginia and is intermediate between the two native parent species. It produces lavender-pink snapdragon-like flowers in great profusion in late summer and fall. We need to wake up the landscape architects to this native gem. It lends itself to shearing and does well if cut back early in the season as it flowers on current season's wood in the fall with small lavender snap dragon-like flowers. .