|Mentha spicata||Mint Family||Labiatae|
|June - October||Infrequent||Alien|
Description: From 1.5 to 3 feet tall, Leaves are opposite slightly toothed, stems are branching. Flowers are in clusters working there way up the squared off stem. Odor characteristic. This may be European Horsement but it lacks the hairy stem and leaves and the white wool beneath the leaf.
Location: wet places
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