Mint Family - Labiatae
Bushy, hairy plants (1 to 2.5 feet tall) with dense clusters of pink to purplish flowers. Flowers about 3/8 inch long and tube-like, which ends with an upper and lower lip, and has 4 protruding stamens. Bracts of flowers purplish. Leaves opposite, oval-shaped, entire and stalked.
(Photographed on the Stony Creek Trail, Ottawa, ON - July 24, 2002)
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