Scutellaria pekinensis is
a perennial herb, 10-25cm in height, that grows in the shade of a
tree in mountainous regions, with thick white upward hairs on stems.
Leaves, with petioles, are ovate-triangular, 1.5-4cm in length,
1-3cm in width, with tips obtuse, bases succise to shallowly cordate,
and serrations on margins. Inflorescences of 3-6cm long on the stem
tips sparsely set labiate flowers facing the same direction - lower
lips are longer than the upper ones. Bloom time: May-June.