Scientific Name - Prunella vulgaris L.
Family - Labiatae
Perennial branched herb with upright to reclining growth habit. Numerous, opposite elliptic to lance-shaped leaves on square stems. Leaves and stems hairy. Lower leaves with long petioles, upper leaves sessile. Dense clusters of pale violet to purple trumpet-shaped flowers at the end of branches. Reproduces by seed. Found in the continental United States and Hawaii. Also found in Canada, Central America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.