|Ajuga cilliata var.
vilosior, a perennial herb inhabiting grasslands or deciduous
tree forests in hilly districts, grows to 30-40 centimeters in
height, with opposite 3-8cm long coarse leaves and so many fine
hairs throughout. Due to those hairs, stems and leaves look somewhat
whitish. Leaves are in the shape of an oval or broad-oval, 3-8cm
long, with coarse serrations on margins. Lip-shaped, 1-1.2cm long
reddish-purple flowers cluster on the upper part of the stems. Bloom
time: Bloom time: May-June.