Member of the Verbenaceae family. White vervain reaches a height of 2-6 feet tall, and it grows in woodlands and fields across the central and eastern United States. Its leaves are opposite in arrangement and lanceolate/ovate in shape, with serrated edges and a wrinkled upper surface. The central stem terminates in several panicles of small, white flowers with a 5-lobed corolla. These thin panicles can reach up to 2 feet in length. White vervain blooms from July-September.