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... and are usually dark brown. Fast growing once established. Stachys rugosa is found in habitats of rocky mountain slopes ... altitudes of 180 –2 900 m. A myriad of insects visit Stachys , including honey bees. Stachys This stachys is used as a perennial for summer ...
... established and long lived for an herbaceous perennial. Stachys aethiopica is found over a wide distribution range, ... at altitudes of 5–2 438 m. A myriad of insects visit Stachys aethiopica , including honey bees. Stachys This stachys is used as a perennial for summer ...
... from November to April. This plant is closely related to Stachys graciliflora from which it is distinguished by its longer corolla tube. Stachys tubulosa is found at 420–1 830 m altitude, in ... by butterflies or bees. The long tubes of the flowers of Stachys tubulosa , are probably pollinated by a long-tongued ...