|Circaea erubescens, a
perennial of 20-50cm tall, inhabits damp places like those along
streams in mountainous regions, with stems and petioles tinging red.
Leaves are of alternate phyllotaxis, in the shape of a long ovate,
3-8cm in length, with tips pointed and low, wavy serrations on
margins. Racemes set white to light red small flowers that shallowly
cut ends in and bloom facing downward. Fruit is egg-likely
spherical, with a length of 2.5mm. Bloom time: July-September.