The name means Ďdragonís headí. If you have a vivid imagination, you might just make the connection on a clear day. The individual flowers are typical labiates, with a broad lip, and above that a hood, and can be quite showy in some species. The flowers are in whorls, with the leaves, and as they open in sequence up the stems they give colour for a good time.
Dracocephalum rupestre is a Dragon's head from China and north-east Asia that makes good clumps, with handsome purple-blue hooded flowers. over heart shaped grey-green foliage. Fragrant.
1 litre pot|
||open, sunny position|
||well drained soil|