This mint family member is found throughout the U.S. at low and mid elevations in moist woods or meadows. Read the rest of this page »
Contrary to popular belief, we get plenty of sunshine in Oregon, especially during the summer months, when these flowers, coincidentally, are in bloom. Read the rest of this page »
Like other members of the waterleaf family, the stamens of the flowers extend beyond the corolla and the leaves are large and numerous, allowing them to collect moisture. This species is also known as “Slender-stem Waterleaf.” The Greek hydrophyllum is a direct translation of the common name.
Compare to the bluish Ball-head Waterleaf.