With 0.9-1.5m-in-height, squarish stems, Scrophularia
perennial herb, grow in moist grasslands in mountainous regions.
Leaves are of alternate phyllotaxis, with 1-2cm long pedicles; the
blades are ovate, 6-8cm in length, with somewhat sharp serrations on
the margins. Stem's tips and upper portions' leaf axils create
20-40cm long, slender racemes, in which many flowers come densely;
corollas measuring 6-7mm in length, and sepals are cleft in five.
Bloom time: July-August.