Scutellaria kurokawae is
a perennial herb inhabiting damp forest edges or wetlands on hills
or low mountains. Stems stand erect, 10-40cm in height; internodes
are more prolonged than leaves, with prominent divaricate hairs.
Leaves are broad-ovate to ovate, hairy, 1.2-2.5cm in length, with
obtuse tips, rounded serrations on margins, sparse divaricate hairs
- with no glandular spots - on both uppersides and backsides.
Flowers set themselves on stem tips facing the same direction;
corollas are light purple, approximately 2cmm long, bending erect at
the bases of tubular portions. Bloom time: May-June.