|Leonurus macranthus is
a perennial herb inhabiting grasslands in mountainous regions,
growing to 0.6-1m in height. Leaves are 5-9cm long,
oblong-ovate-shaped, with coarse hairs on them, and have incised
leaf margins. Leaf axils on upper parts set some red-purple flowers;
the corollas, measuring 2.5-3cm in length, have many white hairs on
them. Bloom time: August-September.