Galium trifloriforme is
a perennial herb, 20-50cm in height, inhabiting forest floors in
mountainous regions, with downward prickle-like hairs on stems and
leaf's backside mid-ribs. The leaves are generally in whorls with
six, each in the shape of a long-oblong, 2.5-4cm in length, with
tips short and pointed - Cymes born on the stem tips set
approximately ten white flowers in them. Corollas measure 2.5mm in
diameter. They are aperture in four. Bloom time: June-July.