Heal-All, Self-Heal, All-Heal
Prunella vulgaris

Family Mint
Bloom Spring, summer, fall
Habitat Wet, lawns, fields, along roads
Status Non-Native
Cycle Perennial
Height 6-12″
Flower Compact thick spikes, 1-2″ long of violet-blue flowers. Individual flowers are 1/2″ long and have upper petals forming a hood while lower petals form a landing platform for insects.
Leaf Leaves are toothless, lace-shaped.
Notes Stems are 4-sided and hairy to slightly fuzzy. They are usually erect.


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