Stachys palustris, commonly known as marsh woundwort, marsh hedge-nettle, or hedge-nettle, is an edible perennial grassland herb growing to 80 centimeters tall. It is native to parts of Eurasia but has been introduced to North America.
Stems square with opposite leaves that are almost stalkless, slightly cordate, and toothed. Flowers purplish-red in whorls each flower of 5 fused petals, the corolla 2-lipped, the upper lip gently hooded, the lower flat, and 3-lobed. Stamens 4.
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