Galeopsis species are annual herbaceous plants. The upright or ascending stems are square, fleshy and branchy. The nodes (nodes) are thickened in many species. Some species have prickly-bristly hair, especially at the nodes and in the area of the inflorescence. The cross-opposite leaves are petiolate. The simple leaf blades are ovate-lanceolate, lanceolate or diamond-shaped, usually with serrated edges.
It differs from Galeopsis tetrahit in having dense hairs on all four sides of the stem. Bright pinkish-red flowers, usually with 2-2.5 cm yellow spots, with a broad rounded central lobe of the lower lip. Annual plant of up to 50 cm, and ovate, pointed and serrated leaves. It blooms in summer.
This plant might be poisonous
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