|Scutellaria indica var.
satokoae is a perennial herb found in damp forest
edges. With a square cross-section of stems, 10-20cm in height.
Leaves are alternate, 20-25mm in length, 15-25mm in width,
triangular-ovate shape, with tips obtuse, bases shallowly
heart-shaped, and margins shallowly serrated. On uppersides and
backsides are densely haired; there are glandular spots on the
bottom sides. Axils on the upper parts of stems set red-purple to
purple flowers, making 18-19cm long inflorescences. Lower lips
generally have small purple taches. Bloom time: May-June.