Teucrium canadense L.
Lamiaceae (Mint Family)
new shoots from rhizomes▲▼
colonies of plants▲▼
Wild Germander, American Germander:
· a creeping, perennial that produces rhizomes and sometimes tubers; grows 1-4’ tall
· has opposite, hairy , lanceolate leaves, hairy square stems and terminal spikes of pinkish-white flowers in mid-summer
· prefers moist, fertile soils—found along streambanks, roadsides, aquatic areas, in some cultivated fields, gardens, landscape beds