Wild Florida Photo - Scutellaria integrifolia

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Scutellaria integrifolia

HELMET SKULLCAP

ROUGH SKULLCAP

HELMET FLOWER

Florida native

 

This perennial herb grows up to 30 inches tall in sandhills, flatwoods and hammocks throughout much of the state except the southern peninsula. The blue to violet 2-lipped flowers can bloom from March to November. The stem is 4-angled and the leaves are opposite, with those below the flowers narrow and entire.

 
Scutellaria integrifolia is a member of the Lamiaceae - Mint family.