Galeopsis ladanum is a species of flowering plant belonging to the family Lamiaceae.
Its native range is Europe to Central Asia.
The broad-leaved hollow tooth is an annual herbaceous plant (therophyte) that usually reaches heights of 10 to 40 (up to 80) cm. Its upright, branched stem has downwardly lying downy hairs (trichomes) and upwardly dark-headed glands. The stalked leaves are 6 to 16 mm wide and have three to seven large teeth on both sides.
This plant might be poisonous
How to get rid of:
Hand pulling needs to be done carefully to ensure there is a
minimum of soil disturbance. Many weeds flourish when soil is
Removal of small weeds can be achieved by placing one hand flat
on the ground with the weed between two fingers. As the hand is
pressed toward the ground the second hand can carefully remove