Nepeta (scientific name: ysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin et Clemants) is an annual or perennial herb with a height of 50-80 cm and a strong aroma. Stems erect, multi-branched, with colored strips and blunt ribs; branches usually thin. Leaves oblong to lanceolate to lanceolate, apex acute or acuminate, margin sparsely serrate. Flowers both sexes and females, usually 3-5 clusters, born in the upper leaf axils. The cell fruit is oblate and completely enclosed in the perianth. Seeds are horizontal or oblique, black or dark red, smooth, shiny. Both the flowering and fruiting periods are long
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