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Published In: Species Plantarum 2: 595. 1753. (1 May 1753) (Sp. Pl.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

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Contributor Text: I.C. Hedge
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: July-September.
Type: Type: [E Europe] Moldavia (LINN 746/12 - photo!).
Distribution: Distribution: Europe, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Asia.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Our records may all be of ornamental, cultivated or naturalized plants. In some other areas, e.g. India, it is cultivated for its essential oils (cf. Wealth of India l.c.).
Map Location: B-6 Chitral: N. Ali 10444 (RAW); Owir An, Stainton 2761 (RAW); Mastuj, Kerstan 2019 (n.v.); B-8 Kashmir: Baltistan, Shigar, C. B. Clarke 30085 (K); B-9 Kashmir: Kargil, Kohli 4 (K); B-9/C-9 Baltistan: Blaghar, near Doghani, 2560 m, R. R. Stewart s.n. (RAW); Ladak, P. N. Kohli 169 (RAW).

 

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Annual, aromatic. Stems 15-30 cm, erect, usually branched from near the base, puberulous with short ± retrorse eglandular hairs. Leaves c. 12-25 x 7-15 mm, ± oblong-ovate, crenate to dentate, truncate to cuneate, on both surfaces with a short eglandular indumentum, and sessile oil globules below. Verticillasters c. 6-flowered, distant below, ± approximately above; bracts oblong, with long awns. Pedicels 2-5 mm, flattened. Calyx 8-10 mm, bilabiate, with prominent ‘folds’ at the sinuses; indumentum of very short eglandular hairs and scattered sessile oil globules; upper lip of 3 ovate subequal mucro¬nate teeth; lower lip of 2 lanceolate mucronate teeth. Corolla c. 20 mm long, bright blue violet, externally pilose. Nutlets 2.5 x 1.2 mm oblong, trigonous, brown, apically truncate, with a prominent V-shaped attachment scar.
 
 
 
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