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0 0 Mint


by ReedThatcherOak Harbor, Washington, USA

0 0 Salvia


by HugoSalgadoBarranquilla, Atlántico, Colombia

0 0 Forest mint

Forest mint

by Vinny


0 0 Spurflower.


by Daniela BracamonteSalta, Salta, Argentina

Family: Lamiaceae

1 0 Mayana


by JulianGalvezCavite, Philippines

Showing verticillate spike and its awesome florets. Family

0 0 Bee Balm

Bee Balm

by yulia8473Toronto, Ontario, Canada

0 2 Lavender


by yulia8473Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Local park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

1 0 Mint


by ewatso3Columbia, South Carolina, USA

0 1 Mint


by miss_megaraNew Haven, Connecticut, USA

0 2 Spotting


by wijnandr93Nederlek, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands

ID unknown, member of Lamiaceae (family ...

0 0 Slender westringa

Slender westringa

by VinnyBendigo, Victoria, Australia


0 0 African spur-flower

African spur-flower

by jdvincent86Victoria, Australia

Weed from the lamiaceae family

2 1 Beauty Berry

Beauty Berry

by juliejim7863Titusville, Florida, USA

3 0 Melissa spinosa

Melissa spinosa

by MicheleTorrisiSIC, Italy


0 0 Common Bugle

Common Bugle

by MartinUrbanNiederösterreich, Austria

Asterales / Lamiaceae

0 1 Spotting


by Evina KarasavvaΣυκιές, Περιφέρεια Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας, Greece

It is a member of the Lamiaceae family.

1 3 Lamiaceae


by venusflytrap2000Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Tall pink and purple flowers. Lamiceae species at least, beyond that i'm not ...

1 0 antorcha de montaña

antorcha de montaña

by Manuel Víquez CarazoPejibaye, Provincia Cartago, Costa Rica

1 0 Peppermint


by Võ Anh TuấnThành phố Sa Đéc, Đồng Tháp, Viet Nam

Húng cây Peppermint Mentha × piperita L., 1753

0 0 Jerusalem sage

Jerusalem sage

by PeaceCakesOrange, California

Lamiaceae family

0 0 Red light

Red light

by PlantaeTaeChiang Mai, Thailand

rare species in Thailand

0 0 Spotting


by Adriano DarosciMineiros, GO, Brazil

A moth pollinating a Lamiaceae (Hyptis sp.)

0 0 Rough mint bush

Rough mint bush

by VinnyBendigo, Victoria, Australia

Straggly looking waist high shrub from the

1 0 Thyme


by MartinUrbanGemeinde Perchtoldsdorf, Niederösterreich, Austria

Lamiales / Lamiaceae

0 0 Austral Bugle

Austral Bugle

by VinnyVictoria, Australia

Erect herb approx. 30cm tall from the

0 0 Klipp Dagga

Klipp Dagga

by Nestor Rodrigo Vasquez CisnerosPuebla, Mexico

Pertenecea la familia Lamiaceae.

0 0 Spearmint


by MartinUrbanGemeinde Hinterbrühl, Niederösterreich, Austria

Lamiales / Lamiaceae

2 1 Coleus hybrid

Coleus hybrid

by yulia8473Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada

Local park

0 3 sp. in mint family

sp. in mint family

by rat.tumour aka lipaseHigh Peak, England, United Kingdom

smell of the crushed leaves aromatic

1 0 Salvia de Graham

Salvia de Graham

by carlos.velazcoNuevo León, Mexico

Oak forest

3 1 Salvia labios azules

Salvia labios azules

by carlos.velazcoNuevo León, Mexico

Oak forest, along roadside

1 2 Spotting


by YurianaMartínezCiudad de México, Distrito Federal, Mexico

Orange and black butterfly

0 3 Yellow Betony

Yellow Betony

by MartinUrbanGemeinde Rosenau am Hengstpaß, Oberösterreich, Austria

Gelb Ziest

0 1 Spotting


by rivercitywildVirginia, USA

Square stem, opposite leaves, some sort of

1 1 Spotting


by auntnance123Portugal

approx.12 inches tall, squared stem, opposite leaves

0 0 Spotting


by FrankieFernandezBatangas, Philippines

Looks like a plant of the family lamiaceae.

0 0 Buggleweed


by Ingrid3Stamford, Connecticut, USA

Family Name: Lamiaceae

2 1 Round leaf mint bush

Round leaf mint bush

by VinnyVictoria, Australia

Medium sized shrub, a member of the

0 0 Small-leaved Mint-bush

Small-leaved Mint-bush

by VinnyVictoria, Australia

Low growing woody shrub approx. 50cm tall. Member of the

0 2 Unnamed spotting

Unnamed spotting

by Joseph CHIEF REDEARTHUttarakhand, India

Tall plant with white and pink colored flowers, growing in the grasslands.

0 0 Nana


Београд, Централна Србија, Serbia

Nana ili menta je kosmopolitski rod zeljastih biljaka iz familije usnatica ...

1 2 Lamiaceae


by AntónioGinjaGinjaSão José de São Lázaro e São João do Souto, Norte, Portugal

spotted in river Homem félinhos beach

0 1 Longtail Skipper

Longtail Skipper

by Adriano DarosciPlanaltina, DF, Brazil

A moth was pollinating the flower of

0 0 Tropical Bushmint

Tropical Bushmint

by MachiCity of Gainesville Municipal Boundaries, Florida, USA

Tiny purple flowers. Lamiaceae

3 2 Leaf Cutter bee

Leaf Cutter bee

by SckelEspírito Santo, Brazil

2 0 Asian Bushbeech

Asian Bushbeech

by Võ Anh TuấnThành phố Sa Đéc, Đồng Tháp, Viet Nam

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