The Pennyroyal grew around the top of the pond and did not grow alone it just grew all together and in large clumps. I found it at the Turtle Pond and all of it was purple. The smell was very strange. It smelled like spicy lavender and was very interesting.
Mountain pennyroyal SE of Woodchuck Lake.
Mountain pennyroyal atop the high point north of Duck Lake.
Mountain pennyroyal south of Crown Pass.
Mountain pennyroyal near Scepter Creek.
Mountain pennyroyal southeast of Chuck Pass.
Mountain pennyroyal east of Chuck Pass.
Monardella is a genus of 28 species of annual and perennial plants native to western North America. They are grown for their highly aromatic foliage, which in some species is used for herbal teas. The 2-lipped, tubular flowers are formed in terminal clusters and are most usually red, pink, or purple in color.