Member of the Lamiaceae family. Hairy pagoda-plant grows to a height of 1-3 feet tall, and it can commonly be found in rich woods across the eastern United States. Fine hairs cover the petioles of the opposite, thin leaves. Light purple or white flowers bloom for a short period during the summer. When crushed, the leaves of this plant give off a characteristic minty scent. Hairy pagoda-plant blooms June-October.