Lamiaceae member ?- Lonavala, Pune

 
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identification no 120415sn1 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Kindly help in identification.
date/time:june14
location:aambyvalley rd.,lonavala,pune
habitat:wild
plant habit:shrub?
height:about 2 ft.
some plectranthus may be?
I am afraid, as it is difficult to say even the genus name based on vegetative specimen photos. But it doesn't look any Plectranthus members!
Well ... may be right
at first glance i had thought it was the dwarf variety of kalanchoe pinnata ... pathorkuchi in bangla
i had several of these in my garden, cuttings were from a world class botanist curated herbal garden...
but those leaves are never this hirsute
only other thing i can remember was various plectranthus i have had the fortune to grow from seedlings over the years, some scented, other not... some bushy some trailing some make small mounds on the ground some long trails in a hanging basket...
we still need to look at the lamiaceae family i think
some knowledgeable botanist / taxonomist needs to look at this pictures set.
I would like to know too....

 
 
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