Lycopus maackianus is a perennial herb in mountain wetlands,
growing to 30-70cm in height. Leaves are in an opposite arrangement,
slender, thick, glossy, in the shape of a lanceolate, or a bit wide,
4-8cm long, with sharp serrations on margins. White lip shape
flowers come in mass at the leaf axils - not flashy, but not plain.
Bloom time: August-October.