Marrubium vulgare
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Habitat: Grows in dry lower elevation areas. These photos were taken in Fremont County.

Edibility: Edible

Color: Light Green

A member of the mint family introduced from Europe. It has been used for making cough drops, candy and beer. It is very bitter and high amounts of sugar are usually used to make it palatable. | |