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Lamiaceae

Mint


Members of the Lamiaceae family at Wild Florida Photo:
Calamintha - calamint

1 species of Calamintha at Wild Florida Photo

Calamintha ashei
Ashe's Calamint
flowers and stems

Callicarpa - beautyberry

1 species of Callicarpa at Wild Florida Photo

Callicarpa americana
American Beautyberry
flowers

Cantinoa
1 species of Cantinoa at Wild Florida Photo

Cantinoa mutabilis
Tropical Bushmint
flowers, close-up

Conradina - false rosemary

5 species of Conradina at Wild Florida Photo

Conradina grandiflora
Largeflower False Rosemary
flowers with dewdrops

Dicerandra - balm

1 species of Dicerandra at Wild Florida Photo

Dicerandra linearifolia
Coastalplain Balm
medium shot showing flowers

Hyptis - bushmint

1 species of Hyptis at Wild Florida Photo

Hyptis alata
Clustered Bushmint
entire

Monarda - beebalm

1 species of Monarda at Wild Florida Photo

Monarda punctata
Spotted Beebalm
stalk of flowers

Ocimum - basil

1 species of Ocimum at Wild Florida Photo

Ocimum campechianum
Wild Sweet Basil
plant viewed from above

Prunella - selfheal

1 species of Prunella at Wild Florida Photo

Prunella vulgaris
Common Selfheal
plant with flowers

Salvia - sage

4 species of Salvia at Wild Florida Photo

Salvia lyrata
Lyreleaf Sage
close-up

Scutellaria - skullcap

1 species of Scutellaria at Wild Florida Photo

Scutellaria integrifolia
Helmet Skullcap
flowers - side & rear views

Stachys - hedgenettle

1 species of Stachys at Wild Florida Photo

Stachys floridana
Florida Hedgenettle
plant in bloom

Teucrium - germander

1 species of Teucrium at Wild Florida Photo

Teucrium canadense
Wood Sage
flowers, close-up

Trichostema - bluecurls

2 species of Trichostema at Wild Florida Photo

Trichostema dichotomum
Forked Bluecurls
close-up, front view

Vitex - chastetree

1 species of Vitex at Wild Florida Photo

Vitex trifolia
Simpleleaf Chastetree
flower with immature and mature fruit

Click on the genus name to see the species of that genus at Wild Florida Photo

Lamiaceae is a member of the Order Lamiales 

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