Plant: perennial herb; 30-100 cm tall, with a woody caudex or rhizome; stems erect or ascending, 1-4 mm in diameter at midpoint Leaves: triangular to ovate, 1-7 cm long, dull green above and below, the blades 1-2 times longer than wide; base obtuse or truncate to cordate; margin crenate-serrate; apex obtuse to acute INFLORESCENCE: usually continuous, usually with 4-15 verticils Flowers: calyx light green to pink or rosy-lavender, 6.5-13 mm long, the tube 4.5-8 mm long, not appearing plicate, the secondary costae thinner than the primary costae, the tooth tips not cucullate; corolla tube 8.7-15 mm long, pinkish purple, blue-lavender, or white; filaments usually glabrous, the upper ones usually exserted; anthers 0.4-0.7 mm long; style usually exserted Fruit: NUTLETS 1.5-2 mm long, ca. 1 mm wide, ovoid, with hairs at the apex REFERENCES: Christy, Charlotte M. 2003. Lamiaceae. J. Ariz. – Nev. Acad. Sci. Volume 35(2).