|Mimulus nepalensis is
a perennial herb in wetlands or ditches in mountainous regions,
growing to 10-30cm in height. Leaves measure 1-4cm in length, in the
shape of an oval, with short petioles. Flowers, yellow, set
themselves on axils on upper parts; corollas measure 1-1.5cm in
length and are cleft in five round lobes, and calyxes tips are
truncated, having five processes. Bloom time: June-August.