Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness

Presented in Association with the
Western New Mexico University Department of Natural Sciences

Lamiaceae
(Mint Family)


The Lamiaceae typically have square stalks and an irregularly shaped corolla. The leaves are opposite. When crushed, the leaves frequently have a mintlike aroma.

Agastache micrantha (White Giant Hyssop)
Agastache pallidiflora ssp. neomexicana (New Mexico Giant Hyssop)
Agastache pallidiflora ssp. pallidiflora (Mountain Giant Hyssop)
Agastache rupestris (Threadleaf Giant Hyssop
Dracocephalum parviflorum (Dragonhead)
Hedeoma costata var. pulchella (Ribbed False Pennyroyal)
Hedeoma drummondii (Drummond's False Pennyroyal)
Hedeoma hyssopifolium (Aromatic False Pennyroyal)
Hedeoma nana (Dwarf False Pennyroyal)
Hedeoma oblongifolia (Thyme Leaf False Pennyroyal)
Lamium amplexicaule (Henbit)
Leonurus cardiaca subsp. cardiaca (Motherwort)
Lycopus americanus (American Water Horehound)
Marrubium vulgare (Horehound)
Mentha arvensis (Field Mint)
Mentha spicata (Spearmint)
Monarda citriodora subsp. austromontana (Lemon Beebalm)
Monarda fistulosa var. menthifolia (Bergamot)
Monarda pectinata (Pagoda Plant)
Monarda punctata var. occidentalis (Spotted Pagoda Plant)
Monardella odoratissima (Fragrant Monardella)
Nepeta cataria (Catnip)
Prunella vulgaris var. lanceolata (Heal All)
Salvia henryi (Red Sage)
Salvia pinguifolia (Shrub Salvia)
Salvia reflexa (Lanceleaf Sage)
Salvia subincisa (Sharptooth Sage)
Satureja vulgaris (Wild Basil)
Scutellaria potosina (Mexican Skullcap)
Stachys coccinea (Scarlet Hedge Nettle)
Trichostema arizonicum (Arizona Bluecurls)


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