|Scientific name:||Galeopsis speciosa Mill.|
|Synonym name:||Galeopsis versicolor Curtis|
|German name:||Bunter Hohlzahn|
|English name:||Large-flowered Hemp-Nettle|
|Plant Family:||Lamiaceae, Mint family, Kransblommiga växter|
|Life form:||Annual herbaceous plant|
|Stems:||Erect, up to 1m high, ramified, 4-angular, the angles setose, glandular, downy|
|Leaves:||Opposite, entire, dentate|
|Flowers:||Corolla 2-3.5 cm long; its tube is 3-4 times longer than tube of calyx, with haired, pale-yellow, rather wide upper labia and dark-purple or lilac 3-lobed lower labia having two hollow horn-like projections and yellow spot at fauces|
|Fruits:||A four-parted schizocarp. Mericarp oval, flattened, brown.|
|Habitat:||woods, thickets, farmland and settlements|
Derivation of the botanical name:
Galeopsis, from a Latin name used by Pliny for some nettle-like plant.
speciosa, specios, "beautiful, good looking", showy.