Clinopodium multicaule is
a perennial that inhabits the shade of a tree in mountainous
regions. Stems somewhat obliquely arise to 30-70cm in height. Leaves
are of opposite phyllotaxis, with 6-15cm-long petioles, long oval or
oval, 2-5cm, tips somewhat pointed, coarse serrations on margins.
Stem tips generally emerge with single short inflorescences;
corollas are white, measuring 8-9mm long; upper lips are shallowly
cleft in two and lower in three. Bloom time: June-July.