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|Species: Prunella vulgaris|
The flowers of heal-all are 0.25", violet to pink, hooded, and clustered on a rounded oblong head.
The leaves are rounded, opposite, and they may be slightly toothed. The stems have four sides. The plants grow to 6" in height.
Habitat & Range
Heal-all grows in fields and on the sides of trails. It grows across North America, Europe, and Asia.
The flowers bloom from June to September.
This species is an herbaceous perennial.
Featured image by James Dake.