I think this might be an herb, but i'm not sure. Take a look at the pics and if any of you know it off the top of your head lemme know.
For some reason I was under the impression it might be edible, but i'm not sure.
Anyways thanks for the advice,
SOLVED: Unusual plant I can't identify
On another message board someone mentioned
Plectranthus montanus , does that seem right to you guys? I have no experience in the field. If it does, anyone got any tips the cool abilities this plant has?
Yeah, the more I look at it the more I think I tend to agree with GardenGuyKin. Cuban Oregano….
Thanks I think you hit the nail on the head. It looks -exactly- like that Cuban oregano
This may help you.
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yes def. a sp. of Plectranthus, however, it is too small for either P. amboinicus, or verticiliatus. Sorry I can not say which sp. it may be.
I used to keep a collection of 8 or 10 aromatic Plectranthus cv.s. There may be more than that number that are used for flavoring. Their botany is very confused.
None of them have any hardiness to Montana winter weather.