|Phryma leptostachya ssp.
asiatica is a perennial herb occurring in groves or the like,
growing 30-70cm in height. Leaves are opposite, 7-10cm long, 4-7cm
wide, oval to long oblong, with coarse serrations on margins.
Flowers attach in a spike way and are white, often tinging light
red. Buds face upward, open facing sideways, and downward in
fruiting time. Corollas are labiate, 5-6mm long, and calyx's upper
lips have three prickles. Bloom time: July-August.