Botanical name: Elsholtzia fruticosa Family: Lamiaceae (mint family)
Shrubby mint is a shrub which can grow up to 3 m. Older stems have plealing grey fibrous bark. Leaves are elliptic lance-like, toothed, glandular and finely hairy, like all mints. Tiny white flowers are carried in narrow fragrant hairy spikes up to 25 cm long. Flowers are 4 mm across, and densely hairy.
The flower labeled Shrubby Mint is ...