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Also known as Anisomeles ovata.
Common name: Indian Catmint.
Common Hindi name: Chodhara.
A wild plant in the Indo-Gangetic Plain.
Plant: 1.5-2m perennial bushy shrub.
Flower: 1.5x0.4cm across.
Flower spike: 7-16cm.
Used in traditional medicine.
An study by Daizy R. Batish of Department of Botany, Panjab University, India, shows that mulch of its leaf and root powder holds good promise for use as a natural herbicide for managing weeds in wheat fields.
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nice to know this new labiate for me. It resembles Stachys. best regards, Ori
Buenos efectos y bonitos colores Nirmal.
Cordiales saludos, JL.