Lamiaceae or Mint Family
Upright plant, 2-5 feet tall. Leaves large, egg-shaped,
coarsely toothed, and smelling of citronella when crushed.
Pale yellow, lemon-scented flowers on long, uncrowded stalks.
Flowers are tubular with a fringed lower lip. Stamens and
pistil stick out way beyond the petals.
Native plant of rich woods; in Wildwood prefers the woodland
Easily identified by the large leaves, uncrowded flower spikes
and peculiar flower structure.