Family Lamiaceae (Labiatae)
Most plants in the Mint Family (Labiatae or
Lamiaceae) have stems that are square in
cross-section and paired leaves that are not
divided into leaflets (simple). The flowers
are irregular in shape having two lips or
labia which give the family its name. The upper
lip has two lobes, the lower has three lobes and
the petals are joined lower down into a corolla
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