Strong smelling labiate, hairy and has leaves without stalks. Flowers are purple-pink.
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I'm sorry that I had provided a misleading detail when I first posted the photos of the woundwort. Not knowing what to look for I did not check below the mass of vegetation produced these straggly plants.
Maybe the added photo (which I took today)will provided the detail that you said was missing for an identification Stachys sylvatica x palustris.
I have checked up in Stace and he says that even the leaves shown in photo 2 would have to be petiolate for the hybrid. Their being sessile up to the inflorescence makes it S. palustris. Sorry to mislead you. I have learned a useful detail too.
Lat/Lng: 50.4, -4.2
OS grid ref: SX5058