Teucrium canadense L.
Family: Lamiaceae
American germander, Canadian germander, wood sage
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Julie Rueckheim  
Etymology: Teucrium: from Teucer, "a Trojan king"
Plants: erect, perennial, 12"-40" tall forb; stems square, unbranched, densely hairy
Leaves: opposite, toothed, stalked, softly hairy on the top
Flowers: pink to purple, 5-parted, 3/8"-3/4" long, not hooded; flower drawing inflorescence a 2"-8" tall, dense, terminal, spike-like, conical cluster (raceme) of stalked flowers; blooms July-Aug.
Fruits: 1-seeded nutlet
Habitat: moist to wet; woods, prairies
Conservation Status: Native
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